NASHVILLE, Tenn.- A man accused of murdering a 23-year-old in 2006 issued has pled guilty.
Officials said that Robert Dorien Rollings was scheduled to go on trial for murder next Monday, but on Friday pled guilty to 2nd degree murder. Rollings was charged in the 2006 shooting death of 23-year old Christopher Fentress.
Fentress was shot and killed at a red light on Franklin Limestone Road in April 2006 when Rollings pulled up next to him and fired shots into the car. Police said the two men had been involved in a dispute over drug sales.
Rollings was sentenced to serve a 30-year sentence at 100-percent.