Four Individuals Sentenced to Life in Prison After Guilty Verdict In Georgia

On Wednesday, Georgia Attorney General Chris Carr, Prosecuting Attorneys’ Council of Georgia (PAC) Executive Director Peter J. Skandalakis, and District Attorney Gregory W. Edwards of the Dougherty Judicial Circuit announced that four individuals have been sentenced to life in prison without parole in connection with multiple murders.

Ticorey Frazier, Kareem Williams, Quadarrien Harvey and Shon Mallory were each sentenced to three terms of life without parole, plus additional years, after being found guilty in three homicides, a home invasion that left a victim paralyzed from the chest down, and two aggravated assaults following a three-week jury trial in Dougherty County. 

“Working with PAC and the District Attorney’s Office, we have closed the final chapter in a very difficult case that’s left families devastated and lives permanently altered,” said Attorney General Chris Carr. “For years, the victims have waited for their day in court, and now justice has been served. With this verdict and each life sentence that’s been handed down, we are continuing to send a strong message that acts of violence will not be tolerated in our state.”

“I am proud of the dedicated prosecutors who, from three different state agencies, worked together to serve the interests of justice” said PAC Executive Director, Peter J. Skandalakis. “Today, the victims who lost their lives, the victims who were injured and traumatized and all their families finally obtained the justice they patiently waited to receive. The verdicts of the jury and the sentences imposed by the court also make the community safer.”

Ticorey Frazier, 27, of Albany, was sentenced to three terms of life without parole to be served consecutively, plus 35 years, after being found guilty for the following charges: 

  • 2 counts of Felony Murder
  • 3 counts of Malice Murder
  • 4 counts of Aggravated Assault
  • 1 count of Aggravated Battery
  • 1 count of Home Invasion First Degree
  • 1 count of Armed Robbery
  • 1 count of Theft by Taking
  • 1 count of Burglary in the First Degree
  • 2 counts of Possession of a Firearm During the Commission of Certain Crimes
  • 2 counts of Obstruction of an Officer

Kareem Williams, 26 of Albany, was sentenced to three terms of life without parole to be served consecutively, plus 35 years, after being found guilty for the following charges: 

  • 2 counts of Felony Murder
  • 3 counts of Malice Murder
  • 5 counts of Aggravated Assault
  • 1 count of Aggravated Battery
  • 1 count of Home Invasion First Degree
  • 1 count of Armed Robbery 
  • 1 count of Theft by Taking
  • 1 count of Burglary in the First Degree
  • 3 counts of Possession of a Firearm During the Commission of Certain Crimes

Quadarrien Harvey, 26 of Albany, was sentenced to three terms of life without parole to be served consecutively, plus 5 years, after being found guilty for the following charges: 

  • 2 counts of Felony Murder
  • 3 counts of Malice Murder
  • 3 counts of Aggravated Assault
  • 1 count of Armed Robbery
  • 1 count of Possession of a Firearm During the Commission of Certain Crimes

Shon Mallory, 31 of Albany, was sentenced to three terms of life without parole to be served consecutively, plus 55 years, after being found guilty for the following charges: 

  • 2 counts of Felony Murder
  • 3 counts of Malice Murder
  • 7 counts of Aggravated Assault
  • 1 count of Armed Robbery
  • 3 counts of Possession of a Firearm During the Commission of Certain Crimes
D & B Staff

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