Antwan Anthony was sentenced to death by the State of North Carolina for a triple murder. According to court documents Antwan Anthony would shoot and kill 16-year-old Mokbel “Sam” Mohamed Almujanahi, 24-year-old Gaber Alawi, and 26-year-old Nabil Nasser Saeed Al’mogannahi during a robbery at a Farmville Hustle Mart. Antwan Anthony would be arrested, convicted and sentenced to death
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The jury in the Antwan Anthony case has sentenced the convicted murderer of three Farmville Hustle Mart employees in 2012 to death. The jury in the case announced its decision to a judge Tuesday afternoon.
The judge in the case gave the jury extensive instructions before handing the sentencing case to them to determine a verdict. The jury got the case late Friday and briefly deliberated before adjourning for the weekend.
It took the jury one hour to return a verdict in the murder trial, finding Anthony guilty on all counts during the April 1, 2012 robbery of the Farmville Hustle Mart. Anthony is guilty of three counts of first degree murder, three counts of first degree felony murder and three counts of robbery with a dangerous weapon.
According to Pitt County deputies, four armed robbers, including Anthony, entered the Hustle Mart in. Deputies said three employees — 16-year-old Mokbel “Sam” Mohamed Almujanahi, 24-year-old Gaber Alawi, and 26-year-old Nabil Nasser Saeed Al’mogannahi — were shot and killed.
Investigators arrested four suspects in the triple shooting: Raekwon Terrell Blount of Snow Hill, Xavier Shamble of Farmville, Willie Odell Whitehead, Jr.of Pinetops, and Anthony, who is from Bethel.
The last time someone was sentenced to death in Pitt County was when Mark Squires was sentenced in 2000. Sammy Perkins was the last person from Pitt County to die while on death row. Two others from Pitt County are currently on death row.