Antonio Livingston Sentenced To Life For The Killing Of A Kalamazoo Man

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antonio-livingstonKALAMAZOO, Mich. — Antonio Livingston has been sentenced to Life in prison without the possibility of parole for the murder of Kalamazoo businessman Robert Medema.

Livingston also received a sentence of 20-50 years for Assault with Attempt to rob and 10-20-years for Home Invasion.

Antonio Livingston was found Guilty of first degree murder, assault with intent to rob And first degree home invasion, in February in the murder trial of Kalamazoo businessman Robert Medema.

The 74-year old was the owner of the downtown antique shop The Emporium. He was found dead in his home on Oakland Dr. in Kalamazoo in August, 2012.

The other suspect involved in the murder, John Aguilar, will be tried at a later day.

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  • Muzzy

    It should cost him his life, but not taxpayers for the housing for the years he'll be wasting air. Must be a cheaper more proper punishment.

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