Roxbury man who spent 7,380 days in prison for murder he says he did not commit looks toward new life

(FROM THE BOSTON GLOBE – BOSTONGLOBE.COM)

Keyone Sprinke was 17 years old when he was arrested for a Boston murder in 1999.  Suffolk District Attorney Rachael Rollins’s office has now droppedthe charges after Sprinkle spent 7,380 days behind bars.  JESSICA RINALDI/GLOBE STAFF

It’s rarely a straight line from prison to freedom for the wrongly convicted, but the journey Keyon Sprinkle traveled was more convoluted than most – and it consumed 7,380 days of his life.

Sprinkle was just 17 when Boston police arrested him for the Nov. 16, 1999, murder of Charles Taylor, a shooting he was accused of committing to protect his cousin, Clarence Williams, who was having an affair with Taylor’s wife.

 

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