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Jury finds three men guilty of murder in Pottstown home invasion case

By 69 News, follow: @69news, news@wfmz.com
Published On: Apr 21 2014 07:49:54 PM CDT
Updated On: Apr 21 2014 09:40:45 PM CDT

Pottstown murder suspects guilty

NORRISTOWN, Pa. -

The jury has found three men guilty on Monday in a kidnapping and murder trial in Montgomery County.

Charles Freeman, Omar Miller and Andre Collier, who were tried together, were all found guilty of murder for kidnapping Kareem Borowy, 19, from his West Pottsgrove Township home last May and then murdering him.

Collier was found guilty of first degree murder, while Freeman Miller were found guilty of second degree murder.

Officials say the men, who wanted drugs and money from Borowy, stormed in to Borowy's West Pottsgrove Township home and took him at gunpoint in broad daylight.

About five miles up the road in Lower Pottsgrove Township, his body was found on the side of Sanatoga Station Road.

A fourth suspect in the case, Rasheed Teel, had already pleaded guilty.