WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — A man has died after a stabbing at a Food Lion parking lot in Winston-Salem. Police said Dorrell Brayboy, 31, died from his injuries after being stabbed in the parking lot of the Food Lion on New Walkertown Road. Police said there was an argument between Brayboy and one suspect who hasn’t been identified at this time.

Thursday investigators confirmed that Brayboy was convicted in 2005 of killing NBA star Chris Paul's grandfather Nathaniel Jones, 61. Jones was found dead in the carport, of his Winston-Salem house, in November 2002. He was bound, gagged, beaten and left to die.  An autopsy revealed he died from a heart arrhythmia caused by the stress of the attack, medical experts said during trial. 

Chris Paul was a senior at West Forsyth High School when it happened. He scored 61 points in a game days after his grandfather was killed. He intentionally missed a free throw so his points would total his grandfather's age.

Brayboy was 17 when he committed the crime. Four others were convicted in the case. Christopher Levon Bryant andJermal Matthew Tolliver were also convicted of murder in the case. Nathaniel Cauthen and Rayshawn Banner were both sentenced to life in prison for their part in the crime.

If you have any information that could help police in their investigation call Crime Stoppers at 336-727-2800.


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