A special judge sitting in Hamilton County Criminal Court today sentenced two men to each serve 22 years in prison for their roles in two unrelated murder cases.
Judge Jon K. Blackwood sentenced Terrell Lee T-money Davis to prison for the Jan. 20, 2004, stabbing death of 62-year-old Frederick Williams.
Authorities said Mr. Davis stabbed Mr. Williams and dumped his body in an illegal dump site along Old Cleveland Pike because he was jealous of the victims relationship with a woman Mr. Davis used to date.
In a statement to police, Mr. Davis admitted going through the deceased mans pockets and stealing $10.
Judge Blackwood also sentenced Randy Bernard Braswell in the Aug. 20, 2002, death of his girlfriends 23-month old baby, Jaylen Grissom.
According to evidence at the trial, Mr. Braswell pulled a stair railing from the wall and told police the child fell down the stairs. He later said the child died while he and Jaylen were wrestling.
Prosecutors said both men will have to serve 100 percent of their sentences before they are released.