The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Four gang members involved in a notorious crime spree two years ago were sentenced to life in prison Friday, the Fulton County District Attorney's Office said.
It began with the stabbing of two men, one of whom had refused to let his girlfriend leave with the gang members. One of the Bloods, Jesus Cintron, who had considered severing ties with the gang, was executed two days later. Cintron's 15-year-old sidekick, Fernando Wingfield, was also killed after pleading for his mentor's life.
Cintron's girlfriend, Charmisa Witherspoon, started asking questions gang members about her companion's disappearance, prosecutors say. She survived after a gun pointed at her head jammed, but her 17-year-old son, Devontae Jones, was gunned down as he hid in a closet. The family's dog was also murdered. Prosecutors say Robinson, 14 at the time, was the triggerman.
Rico “Mookie” Maddox, Tyeisha “Lady Tye” Marshall, Marquis “K Bang” Robbins, Omar Duncan, Darren Shaw and Derek “Montana” Davis -- charged in the original indictment -- were sentenced separately....