JOSHUA ALLEN COOK , 26, of Kathleen, GA, pleaded guilty this morning to two counts of ATTEMPTED MURDER and one count of AGGRAVATED ASSAULT. Cook was sentenced to 50 years and ordered to serve the first 30 years in prison . He is also prohibited from owning or possessing any firearms and is banished from Houston County and all surrounding counties.
O n October 20, 2013, Cook used his grandparents' .22 caliber Beretta handgun to shoot them both in the head. Thomas Livingston and Rosylin Livingston were both attacked and shot in their home on Lake Joy Rd.
RODERICK DEMAR LAWSON, age 24, was sentenced on July 17, 2014, in Houston County Superior Court for two counts of Armed Robbery, one count of First Degree Burglary, and two counts of Possession of a Firearm during the Commission of a Crime. Judge Edward Lukemire sentenced Lawson to Life without the possibility of Parole plus an additional 10 years to serve in prison without parole. Lawson earned the “no-parole” sentence because of several prior felony convictions on his record.
The charges in this case stemmed from a January 9, 2013, home-inRead more...
JAMES ANTHONY MADISON, 44 , OF Warner Robins, GA, was sentenced today on two counts of AGGRAVATED ASSAULT , to 20 years to serve in prison as to count one and to 10 years probation as to count two, to run consecutive to the sentence in count one, meaning a total sentence of 30 serve 20 in prison.
On December 9, 2013, Madison poured gasoline on his girlfriend and her daughter and threatened to set them on fire. He also had a lighter and matches. After soaking his girlfriend in gasoline, he lit a match and moved toward his girlfriend. He also would nRead more...
David Michael Clayboss, 63, of Warner Robins, was sentenced on November 14, 2013 by Judge Edward D. Lukemire to 25 years to serve the first 15 years in prison. On August 13, 2013, Clayboss was convicted by a jury of Aggravated Assault on a Peace Officer, Aggravated Assault, and two counts of Possession of a Firearm During a Crime. Clayboss was acquitted of a count of Battery.
Judge Lukemire sentenced Clayboss to: 20 years to serve the first 15 years in prison for Aggravated Assault on a Peace Officer, 20 years to serve the first 15 years in pris
JAMES “DANNY” CURLES, JR., 29 , of Warner Robins, GA, pleaded guilty this morning to one count of ATTEMPTED MURDER (of Lt. Jeff McCommon) and two counts of AGGRAVATED ASSAULT ON A PEACE OFFICER (Sgt Wayne Fisher & Det Justin Clark) . Curles was sentenced to 45 years and ordered to serve the first 25 years in prison with parole possible. Curles was also ordered to pay restitution in the amount of $11,745. He, now a convicted felon, is also prohibited from owning or possessing any firearms for the next 45 years.
On June 27, 2013, Curles, Jr., usedRead more...
Michael Dewey Allman (39) of Warner Robins, Georgia, was convicted by a Houston County Jury on June 12, 2014, for the attempted murder of Terry Keith Robbins. The jury found Allman guilty of two counts of Aggravated Assault, one count of Possession of a Firearm During a Crime, one count of Possession of a Knife During a Crime, and one count of Attempted Murder. Houston Superior Court Judge Katherine Lumsden sentenced Allman to 40 years with 15 years to serve in prison. Because Allman is a three time convicted felon, he will be required to serve
TEVIN CARROLL CONVICTED OF 3 COUNTS OF AGGRAVATED CHILD MOLESTATION
Tevin Terome Carroll was sentenced this morning in Superior Court of Houston County to 25 years in prison without the possibility of parole, followed by LIFE on probation , on 3 counts of Aggravated Child Molestation. He will be required to register as a sex offender for the rest of his life, and a special condition of his probation will be that he may have no contact with the victims. He will also be required to compensate them for expenses of counseling necessary as a result ofRead more...
On Thursday, March 20, 2014, Andrew Martin “Man” Holiday entered a plea of guilty to one
count of Trafficking Methamphetamine and two counts of Sale of Methamphetamine. He was
sentenced by visiting Judge Tillman Self, III, to 10 years in prison, followed by 10 years on
probation, a fine in