The community was again stunned beyond belief when an execution-style slaying left three dead at Bloomington's S&S Liquors in October 1988. Killed were employee Robert Webb, 31, and customers Whitney Cole, 24, and Scott Burton, 30. Another employee was knocked unconscious, but survived the attack and provided descriptions of the killers. More than two years later, 35-year-old Glenn Wilson of Bloomington, was the first suspect indicted for murder. Wilson's half-brothers, Alvin Alexander, 30, and Howard "Monkey" Wilson, 39, both of Springfield, later faced similar charges. Glenn Wilson, the trigger man, was sentenced to death, but later had his sentence commuted to life. His half-brothers received life sentences and his former girlfriend, Margaret Wilson, 29, also received a five-year sentence for perjury. The store closed and today the space is empty.