One of the drug dealers at the center of a racial remarks controversy by Governor Paul Lepage two years ago has been found guilty of murder.

CentralMaine.com is reporting that David W. Marble Jr., 32, also known as 'D-Money,' was found guilty by a jury Thursday morning for the murder of two Augusta residents as retribution for a drug-related burglary.

Marble first made international headlines in 2016, but sadly, it wasn't for his crimes. It was because Governor LePage cited his case as an example of what was "happening" to people here in Maine. The Governor went on to claim that "these type of guys" often "impregnate a young white girl" before they leave [to go back to New York City].

Read the full story at CentralMaine.com here.