The sentencing of a man convicted of killing another man outside a Providence nightclub in August 2012 has been postponed.
A spokeswoman for the state attorney general said Thursday that the sentencing of Terrel Barros was rescheduled for Oct. 9.
Barros, 22, of Fairhaven, was found guilty in July of first-degree murder and other charges in the killing of Jamal Cruz.
Prosecutors said Barros and Cruz got into a verbal argument outside the Monet Lounge in Providence on Aug. 26, 2012. Barros then shot and killed Cruz in the parking lot just before 2:30 a.m.
Barros also shot and seriously wounded Rokiem Henley of Brockton, according to police.
Cruz was able to identify Barros as the shooter before he died.
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