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March 1, 2021
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(wgvu) - A 39-year-old Troy man has been sentenced
to life in prison without parole in an April 2007 shooting at the
accounting firm where he had been fired.
Oakland County Circuit Court Judge Rudy Nichols also sentenced
Anthony LaCalamita III Wednesday to 18 to 40 years in prison on
each of two counts of assault with intent to murder.
The sentences will run concurrently.
A jury convicted LaCalamita in April in the shotgun slaying of
63-year-old receptionist Madeline Kafoury and wounding of the Troy
accounting firms managing partners, Paul Riva and Alan Steinberg.
Defense attorney Jerome Fenton had argued that LaCalamita's
extensive history of mental illness was to blame, but prosecutors
said he was furious over being fired four days earlier.
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