Anthony Sisco found not guilty of first degree murder in 2006 shooting

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Anthony Sisco, charged with first-degree murder in the 2006 slaying of Jacob Higgs, was found not guilty Tuesday with the jury finding that Sisco acted in self-defense.

Sisco and his brother, Sylvester Sisco II, were both charged in the shooting death of Higgs at the Filling Station Bar. An argument among the Siscos, Higgs and a man named Reno Dillard preceded the shooting. Security footage showed that at the time of the shooting, Higgs and Dillard had been passing an AR-15 assault rifle between them.

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