A violent 1997 armed robbery in a Jackson, Miss., apartment complex has led to a $29 million jury verdict against a national apartment management company.

A Jackson jury ordered Mid-America Apartment Communities Inc. and its subsidiary Mid-America Apartments L.P. to pay $15 million to the estate of Jason Langley. Langley, 22, was allegedly murdered by a gang of four thieves led by a former groundskeeper at the Mid-America-owned apartment building.

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