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Brothers sentenced in Veteran's murder

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Alvin Davis III Alvin Davis III
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THOMASVILLE, GA (WALB) -

Two south Georgia brothers will spend the rest of their lives in prison for the murder of a South Carolina veteran, just 10 days after he got home from the Army.

 A judge sentenced Alvin Davis III to two life sentences without parole, plus 80 years for the shooting death of Hassan Williams in July 2012.

Davis' brother, Chaquel Cook was sentenced to life plus 20 years with the possibility of parole.

Prosecutors say they shot Williams during a robbery then set his car on fire. Cook and Davis were arrested along with Keira Graham and Kimberly Williams.

Graham received life with the possibility of parole.

Williams was charged with arson, her sentencing date has not been set.

 

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