Crime

Murder conviction upheld for driver in 2003 Warner Robins case

The Supreme Court of Georgia announced Monday that it has upheld the murder conviction and life sentence for Kenneth Lashawn Jackson of Warner Robins, who was found guilty of being involved in the Jan. 6, 2003, robbery and shooting death of Tamarcus LaKeith Jordan of Warner Robins.

According to reports from the trial and sentencing, Jackson drove a getaway car during the crime. Jackson was sentenced to 20 years for armed robbery and burglary along with his life sentence for murder.

Cesar Geronimo Sessions of Gainesville pleaded guilty to shooting Jordan and was sentenced to life in prison for murder. Tellis Lamar Clark of Macon, who also participated in the robbery, was also sentenced to life in prison for murder.

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