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Albany man's murder conviction upheld

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ATLANTA, GA (WALB) -

Darrell Anderson will remain in prison, after his murder conviction appeal was denied by the Georgia Supreme Court.

Anderson and Christopher Ingram were both sentenced to life plus five years for murder of Jack Camp in March of 2007. 41-year-old Jack Camp was murdered outside his East Albany apartment. 

Camp was shot when he confronted a suspicious person at the Regency Club Apartment Complex where he lived and worked as a courtesy officer. 

Dougherty County Judge Loring Gray handed down the sentences.

The trigger man was Dontavious 'Hump' Wilson.

Wilson was charged with malice murder, for actually shooting Camp. Anderson and Ingram are charged with felony murder.  

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