Man convicted in 2012 New Haven drive-thru murder sentenced to 50 years in prison

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A man convicted of the same murder twice will spend 50 years in prison. That sentence was handed down to Quavon Torres on Friday.

Torres was originally given a 45-year sentence for killing Donald Bradley at a Burger-King drive thru in New Haven, back in 2012.

Related: Jury convicts man for drive-thru shooting for second time

A judge overturned his conviction but Torres was tried again and found guilty on the same charges.

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