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Pair convicted of murdering Spartanburg man

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Charles Anderson Jr. (left) and Lauri Hollis (Solicitor's Office) Charles Anderson Jr. (left) and Lauri Hollis (Solicitor's Office)
SPARTANBURG, SC (FOX Carolina) -

On Thursday, two people were convicted of killing a Spartanburg man last year.

Charles Anderson Jr., 20, and Lauri Hollis, 27, were each found guilty of murder and armed robbery in connection with the April 7, 2011, death of Steven Means.

Prosecutors said ballistic evidence recovered from the scene and recovered from under a mattress in Anderson's home was used to convict the pair. They said Hollis was Anderson's accomplice in Mean's death, and was seen wearing some of Mean's property after the shooting.

Anderson was sentenced to life in prison without parole. Hollis was sentenced to 30 years in prison.

Charges in connection with Mean's death are pending against 19-year-old Quartez Lyles and 20-year-old Charles Jackson Jr.

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