Albany - Another one of the men who killed an out of town visitor to Albany has been found guilty.
A jury this afternoon convicted 20-year old Patrick Jackson of murder.
Jackson was one of three teenagers who burst into a room at the Motel 6 in East Albany in 2007 to rob a man who was staying there.
Twenty-seven year old Jeffrey Todd of Carrollton was in town for a job promotion interview with Ga. Power.
He exchanged gunfire with the robbers and killed one of them, 17 year old Jimmy Teemer; but Todd was also killed.
The two surviving robbers, Patrick Jackson and 18-year old Lyndon Johnson have now both been convicted and sentenced to life in prison.
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