November 21, 2018
Joseph Lamar Brown Jr.
Most failed burglaries end in murder with these blacks, presumably due to their low impulse control.
If the homeowner catches them – which happens a lot, being lumbering and graceless apes – they tend to chimp out and spray the walls with blood.
A judge has handed down a life sentence to 20-year-old Joseph Lamar Brown Jr., who killed a Lincolnville man in his home during what authorities described as a botched robbery.
Brown, who most recently lived on Third Street in Summerville, was found guilty Friday of murder and other charges. Brown was sentenced to life in prison on the murder count in addition to 50 years for first-degree burglary, 10 years for attempted armed robbery and five years for possession of a firearm in a violent crime, according to the 9th Circuit Solicitor’s Office.
Charleston County deputies arrested Brown in January 2017 after he was implicated in the slaying of 46-year-old John Pritchard.
Brown shot Pritchard in the neck Dec. 23, 2016, after Pritchard tried to defend himself when Brown entered his East Thomas Street home and demanded cash, authorities said.
Brown was initially tried this summer, but a judge declared a mistrial after the jury failed to reach a verdict. Coleman pleaded guilty in June to voluntary manslaughter and was sentenced to 30 years in prison.