Police planned to execute a search and seizure warrant at his home on the day of the shooting, but a scheduling conflict pushed back the date.
One day following Blue's death, detectives moved in and arrested Kargbo. Inside his home investigators found two guns, one which was used to kill Blue.
“Today's sentence sends a clear and resounding message that in Baltimore, we value each and every life in our city and take it seriously when we lose a life to inconceivable violence," said City State's Attorney Ivan Bates. "My thoughts and prayers continue to be with Mr. Blue's family as they navigate the grieving process of losing their loved one. I hope that the justice delivered today offers some measure of closure for them and the community."