Hitman in McKinney murder-for-hire sentenced to life in prison

The hitman in a murder-for-hire that took place in the Craig Ranch neighborhood of McKinney has been found guilty and sentenced to life in prison.

Ronald Gayton Rosser was found guilty of capital murder while remuneration following a jury trial.

He was sentenced to life without parole for his part in the murder-for-hire of Richard Moore.

Moore was found shot to death in his Craig Ranch home in February 2015.

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Police said Moore’s wife, Chansamorn Pokai, and her boyfriend, Stephen Brockway, hired Rosser to kill Moore.

Moore and Pokai had a 7-year-old daughter together and a stepchild who lived with them.