A Camden County jury sentenced a Sicklerville Man to 75 years in prison after a 2011 shooting left two men dead in a car.
Camden County Prosecutors said James M. Harris, 28, of Sicklerville, was found guilty in December on two counts of first-degree murder and two weapons charges in connection with the killing of 24-year-old Berlin man Kevin Gould and 24-year-old Lumberton man Daquan Hines.
Prosecutors said Harris's 75-year sentence will run consecutively with a current 17-year sentence he's serving in federal prison for a robbery conviction.
Gould and Hines were found on Dec. 9 shot dead inside a vehicle that was parked at an apartment complex in Lindenwold.
The state argued during Harris' trial that he had been in the backseat of the Camry when he shot the two victims.
Prosecutors pointed to cell phone records that showed Harris traveled from Sicklerville to Lindenwold shortly before Gould and Hines were shot and was located in the area at the time of the crime before he returned to Sicklerville.