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April 23, 2015 -- A 24-year-old has entered a guilty plea in North Carolina this week. Randy Lee Anderson of Wilmington is accused of killing Michael James Link, 23.

Anderson was shot in the chest after meeting with Anderson and two others, reports say.

David Rashad Duncan, 22, and Courtney Renee Bryant, 19, had been charged marijuana possession and conspiracy to sell or deliver marijuana.

The crime occurred in 2013. The guilty plea was reported April 20, 2015.

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Randy Lee Anderson of Wilmington pleaded guilty Monday to second-degree murder in Brunswick County Superior Court.

Anderson, 24, of Thomas C. Jervay Loop in Wilmington faced murder, firearm and drug charges in the June 24, 2013, shooting death of Michael James Link, 23, of Leland.

Anderson was sentenced to 11 and a half to 15 years in prison.

A spokeswoman from the Brunswick County Sheriff's Office said the shooting happened when a drug deal went awry.

Emily Flax of the sheriff's office said Anderson and two other people, David Rashad Duncan, 22, of Wilmington and Courtney Renee Bryant, 19, of Leland, met with Link about 1:15 a.m. in the Deerwood Meadows mobile home park off Mount Misery Road in Leland to conduct a drug deal. After the shooting, Anderson and the others fled the scene, Flax said.

Bryant and Duncan were charged with marijuana possession and conspiracy to sell or deliver marijuana. Charges were dismissed against Duncan. Bryant's charges are still pending, according to court records.

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  1. Do the spin the wheel, 'gang related, 'random act of violence', 'drug related', 'fight', 'tensions' in the back of the news editors office? Or is it organized, and they had just used one of the other terms too often lately?