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Guilty Verdict in Treutlen County
Tuesday, 27 August 2013

August 27--  A Treutlen County teenager is facing life in prison without parole.

According to The Soperton News, 18-year-old Corlandis Burgess was found guilty of felony murder in the killing nearly three years ago of 88-year-old Alice  Eleanor Williams at her home in Soperton.

According to officials, Burgess, who was 15-years-old, and 18-year-old Jordan Nobles broke into the woman's home where they beat and stabbed the elderly woman.  Her blood was found on Burgess' clothing.

Nobles previously pled guilty and is serving life without parole.  Burgess will be sentenced at a later date by Judge Donnie Gillis.

 
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