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Milwaukee man innocent of killing witness who ignored bribes to be quiet


MILWAUKEE, WI (WATQ) - A Milwaukee man was found innocent Wednesday of killing a witness who ignored bribes to stay quiet about a shooting incident.

But the same defendant was found guilty in an unrelated execution-style murder.

Jurors said 27-year-old Justin Winston was innocent in the 2007 death of Maurice Pulley Junior – which happened three days after Pulley testified at a court hearing against Calvin Glover.

Glover had shot Pulley and another man in a fight over a parking space – and Glover and his brothers were early suspects.

But a confidential informant led police to Winston and two other men – and one mentioned getting paid by Glover to kill Pulley.

Testimony indicated that Winston and another man got $15,000 and two pounds of cocaine in exchange for shooting Pulley outside the home of the victim’s parents.

One of the other men was caught, but the third has not been arrested.

The jury also convicted Winston Wenesday in the unrelated murder.

Prosecutors said Winston and another man kidnapped Marquise Harris in 2009 and shot him 13 times in an alley.

Prosecutors said the attackers had a problem with Harris’s best friend over how he was treating a woman who had been related to both Winston and co-defendant Raphael Myrick.

Winston faces life in prison for the Harris killing. Myrick is due to go on trial in November.