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Second Kansas City man convicted in Halloween 2014 shooting death

Antonio Golston was found guilty Thursday of voluntary manslaughter, first-degree robbery and two counts of armed criminal action in the shooting death of Dionte Greene on Halloween in 2014. Golston will face sentencing at a later date.
Antonio Golston was found guilty Thursday of voluntary manslaughter, first-degree robbery and two counts of armed criminal action in the shooting death of Dionte Greene on Halloween in 2014. Golston will face sentencing at a later date.

A Jackson County jury has convicted a second Kansas City man in the Halloween 2014 murder of Dionte Greene in south Kansas City.

The jury late Thursday found Antonio Golston guilty of voluntary manslaughter, first-degree robbery and two counts of armed criminal action.

A Jackson County jury in May convicted co-defendant Travone Shaw of involuntary manslaughter, stealing and two counts of armed criminal action.

Shaw and Golston were accused of killing Greene, who was found shot in the 6900 block of Bellefontaine in the driver’s seat of a running vehicle.

Shaw was sentenced to 17 years in prison. Golston will face sentencing on Nov. 18.

Toriano Porter: 816-234-4779, @torianoporter

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