PANAMA CITY, FL. (AP) — A man charged with fatally stabbing a Florida restaurant worker and former Florida State mascot in a fight over gumbo spices has been found guilty of second-degree murder.
Caleb Joshua Halley was found guilty Thursday in the 2015 death. He faces up to life in prison for the crime.
Panama City police say 33-year-old Halley was working at Buddy’s Seafood Market when he and a co-worker, 26-year-old Orlando Thompson, began arguing about how much spice to add to the restaurant’s gumbo.