TYRONE LEMARK DAVIS, age 25, was sentenced on August 21, 2014, in Houston County Superior Court for Felony Murder and Possession of a Firearm During a Crime. Judge Katherine K. Lumsden sentenced Davis to Life without the Possibility of Parole plus 5 years to serve in the state penitentiary.
The charges in this case stemmed from the August 2, 2012, shooting death of Keith Moses at his home on Crestwood Terrace in Warner Robins, Georgia. Moses was robbed of his wallet and shot once, succumbing to his injury the next day.
Tyrone Davis was prosecuted by Houston County Assistant District Attorney Greg Winters.
COMMENTS FROM ADA WINTERS: “The Citizens of Houston County need to know that crimes of violence will be punished severely. Mr. Davis’ senseless acts led to the death of Keith Moses. His decision to take a life has earned him a spot behind bars for the remainder of his life, where he belongs. I am very pleased with the work of lead Investigator Mark Wright, the Warner Robins Police Department, and the sentence handed down by Judge Lumsden.”
COMMENTS FROM DA HARTWIG: “Crimes of violence that threaten our community will not go unpunished in Houston County. My office will continue to seek a full measure of justice for all those who are affected by violence and the people of Houston County.”