January 9, 2004
Mitchell County- Three men accused of violent crimes in Mitchell County are going to prison.
Friday, Torrevio Duncan pleaded guilty to aggravated assault. He shot a man five times behind the Courtland Club Hotel and Suites in Camilla in August. He'll serve 15-years in prison.
Timothy Williams was sentenced to five years after pleading guilty to aggravated stalking. He initially was charged with rape and kidnapping.
Colin Atkins will serve ten years for aggravated assault for threatening his girlfriend and holding a knife to her throat.
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