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Man allegedly killed boss at home

COLUMBUS, Ohio – An 18-year-old man was due in court today, accused of killing his boss.

Columbus police charged Jamaal Crecy yesterday with murder for allegedly gunning down Robert Daley this past weekend in his Sunderland Drive home.

Investigators say Crecy was caught earlier this week using Daley’s credit card.

Crecy reportedly worked for Daley at a KFC restaurant.

Daley, 52, was found shot to death in an upstairs bedroom of his home on Saturday afternoon and his SUV had been stolen, detectives said.

The vehicle was recovered later and Crecy was charged with receiving stolen property.

The murder charge was added yesterday.

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