A couple of days before he stabbed and killed a taxi cab driver in Portland back in early April of 2023, 30-year old Moses J. Lopez allegedly threatened two employees at a Bay Area Bi-Mart store. That case was dismissed in a plea bargain deal Wednesday in Multnomah County where Lopez exchanged guilty pleas to First-Degree Manslaughter & Unlawful Use of a Weapon involving the killing of 43-year old Reese Lawhon for 22-years in prison. Lopez, who grew up on the Oregon Coast, alleged the cab driver took the intoxicated male to the wrong address in a series of mistakes that he blamed on others. He refused in court to take responsibility.