ATLANTA, GA (WALB) - The Georgia Supreme Court issued a ruling Monday that affirmed the murder conviction and life sentence of Dontavious 'Hump' Wilson.
Wilson was convicted as the triggerman in the Jack Camp murder in 2007.
He was sentenced to life in prison plus 15 years, by Dougherty Superior Court Judge Loring Gray, in 2010.
His accomplices, Darrell Anderson and Christopher Ingram, were both sentenced to life plus five years for the murder of Camp.
Camp, former deputy director of the Albany Search and Rescue Team, was murdered in 2007 outside his East Albany apartment.
He was shot when he interrupted a drug deal at an East Albany apartment complex where he worked as a security officer.
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