The Bibb County District Attorneys office announced the conviction of David Lee Davis in a statement sent to midstate news outlets. Davis, who once lived in the now-demolished Tindall Heights housing project on Plant Street south of downtown, has been locked up at the county jail since his arrest in January 2016. According to her doctor, the woman has the mental capacity of a 9- or 10-year-old, investigators have said.
The woman suffers from mental illness and intellectual disabilities that would have rendered her unable to consent to a sex act, the district attorneys Friday statement said. Marshal's Fugitive Task Force arrested Mose Fleetion, Jr.
Authorities say deputies were called to the area because a young man was reported pointing a handgun at a motorist.
Arriving deputies said the boy had a handgun tucked into his waistband before he ran, prompting the deputies to chase after him.
Cannizzaro's office dubbed Brant, who has already been sentenced to life in prison for killing in the same period, a serial killer.