A Boston man has been convicted of strangling and murdering a Queens man who gave him a place to stay in October 2011.
Raymond Epps, 58, is set to be sentenced in March, and faces 25 years to life in prison.
Epps met the victim, Wayne Graves, at the Port Authority Bus Terminal, and the Woodside man agreed to give him a place to stay. His body was found in bathtub by his friend a few days later.
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Epps used Graves’ credit cards to bus a return ticket to Boston, and bought merchandise he traded for crack cocaine.