For ending the life of Vincent Green, Loviss Todd will spend the rest of his life in prison.
The 26-year-old Todd, who was convicted of first-degree murder in August 2010, was sentenced Thursday to life in prison for Green's December 2008 murder.
"This case, like so many others, represents a tragic loss of life,"
Wyandotte County District Attorney Jerome Gorman said in a
statement. "Mr. Todd's history of nine previous convictions reveals that
he was already a career criminal when he came to Kansas."
Todd was also convicted of aggravated robbery, aggravated battery and aggravated assault on two other Kansas City, Kansas, men. For those convictions, Todd received sentences of 59 months, 41 months and 12 months, which he will serve concurrently.
If that wasn't enough, those sentences will run consecutively with a sentence in Jackson County, Missouri, for a second-degree burglary conviction. Todd was on supervised release when he committed the crimes in WyCo. He was also wanted in Jackson County for a drug-trafficking warrant.