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Camp family says justice served

By Jim Wallace - bio | email

ALBANY, GA (WALB) –  The third man convicted in the murder of the Deputy Director of the Albany Search and Rescue Team was sentenced to life in prison Monday. 

Dontavis 'Hump' Wilson was sentenced to life plus 15 years by Judge Loring Gray for murder, drug, and gun charges.

Prosecutors say Wilson shot 41-year-old Jack Camp in the face in March 2007 when he interrupted a drug deal.

Christopher Ingram and Darrell Anderson were given life sentences last week.

Camp's family said they feel justice has finally been done. "We are very relieved that all of this very long process of three and a half years is finally over. And we're very glad that we now have justice and that we can all rest a little bit easier at night," said Ashten Camp.

It will be 33 years before Wilson is eligible for a parole hearing.


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