Man sentenced to 28 years for killing homeless man, 'beloved local figure'
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Malcom D. Tyson pleaded guilty to first-degree manslaughter on April 23.

A Paulsboro man was sentenced to Friday for the killing a 60-year-old homeless man, who was a beloved local figure.

Malcom D. Tyson was given 28 years in state prison for the killing of Sylvester "Buttons" Combs and leaving the man's body in a trailer at an abandoned business in 2016, the Gloucester County Prosecutor Charles A. Fiore said in a release. 

Tyson admitted to the slaying on April 23...


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