LAS VEGAS (AP) - A 24-year-old Las Vegas man is getting two life sentences in a deadly fight over a computer printer last June.
The Las Vegas Review-Journal reports Marco Guzman apologized to the victims' families before he was sentenced Wednesday. He'll be eligible for parole after spending at least 32 years in prison.
Guzman was convicted of murder in the shooting deaths of 27-year-old Anthony Dickerson and 41-year-old Tamaron Clewis.
Authorities say Dickerson was supposed to give the printer to Guzman to pay off a debt when a fight began and Guzman shot him. Guzman told police Clewis then came at him with a knife, and he shot her as she turned away from him.
Police say they don't believe Clewis had a knife, but may have had a crow bar.
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