ALBANY, GA (WALB) - Six people accused of murder are scheduled for trial in Albany next month.
19-year-old Dontavious Wilson, 29-year-old Darrell Anderson, and 19-year-old Christopher Ingram will stand trial for the murder of 41-year-old Jack Camp, who was gunned down outside his East Albany apartment March 14th.
45-year-old Ronnie Faircloth is charged with murdering his 42-year-old wife Norma, after she left him and moved into an apartment on Nottingham Drive.
19-year-old Jarvis Yarn will stand trial for the shooting death of 28-year-old Manual Montanes at the Westwind Apartments. Police say robbery was the motive.
54-year-old John Dodson will stand trial for murder for beating 82-year-old Willie Wright to death with a stick during a robbery.
24-year-old Quantravious Wilson is charged with gunning down 41-year-old Terrance Bowen outside the Albany Mall May 10, 2007.
And 25-year-old Dramoski Perkins is scheduled to be tried for murdering his friend, 23-year-old Antonio Daniels, at an East Albany trailer park.
Perkins was mistakenly released from jail, and recently re-captured in Florida.