Christopher Toney

Man in Henderson marijuana dispute murder gets life sentence

A man who shot and killed another man in Henderson over a marijuana dispute has been sentenced to life in prison.

Christopher Toney, 39, was sentenced Friday in Adams County District Court for the 2017 shooting death of 34-year-old Christopher Stockwell, according to the┬ádistrict attorney’s office. The life sentence is without parole.

On Feb. 16, 2017, Commerce City officers responded to a 911 call on shots fired in the 9900 block of East 113th Avenue, according to a news release. Stockwell was found on a floor inside a home, he had been shot in the head.

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