The man found guilty of stabbing a 64-year-old woman during a break-in at her home has been sentenced to life in prison.
Eric Lamont Bolling was arrested in November 2012 in connection with the death of Parviz Moledina, who was found dead in her home on the 1000 block of Alamein Drive the day before Thanksgiving. He was charged with felony murder and theft by receiving. Bolling lived down the street from Moledina, authorities said.
Authorities said evidence found in Moledina’s 2007 Volvo station wagon that Bolling had stolen led them to arrest Bolling.
Judge Debra Turner’s clerk told Channel 2 Action News that Bolling was sentenced Thursday to life without parole, followed by 25 years in prison.
The first trial in the case ended in a hung jury last year, according to media reports.
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