ROCKLAND (AP) — A Maine man convicted of killing his drug supplier for cutting him off is due to be sentenced.

Andrew Kierstead, who’s due to be sentenced Tuesday, was convicted of murder in the September 2012 shotgun killing of Richard Mills outside Mills’ home in Cushing.

Prosecutors say the 41-year-old Kierstead told them he shot Mills because Mills had hooked him on drugs but then shut him off for not paying a drug debt.



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