ALBANY, GA (WALB) - For the first time since Justin King's 2016 murder in Albany, the two men charged with his death are both in jail in Dougherty County.
King's mother, Pamela Davis, has been vocal in the search for her son's killers.
Friday, she said she is thankful both suspects are behind bars in Georgia.
Albany Police said this week that the second suspect in King's murder, Jamale Devon Moore, who had recently been arrested in Texas, was extradited to the Dougherty County Jail August 8.
Cordarrius Clay is also in jail, charged for King's murder.
King, 24, was found shot to death near an east Albany railroad track on December 11.
Davis said it brings her closure to know a second suspect is now in jail where the crime happened.
"I know he's not on these streets..that he can't do this to somebody else's child," Davis said. "That was my only child. I'm (having) tears of joy, and I'm still (having) tears of sadness every day."
Davis said she plans to be there every step of the way as Clay and Moore go through the judicial process.
Davis also continued to push her hope for an end to violence here in Albany.
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