With Willie Davis' conviction on a capital murder charge in the death of Tommy Andrade, five people have been sentenced to serve time in the rap producer's 2003 death.
The following is a breakdown of the alleged conspirators. Their mug shots are shown below.
The only other conspirator to face capital murder charges, Chad Davis was found guilty in December 2005 and is currently serving a life sentence. The state argued that he was the mastermind behind the plot to kill Andrade after he allegedly stole money and drugs. The jury took less than two hours to find him guilty.
Chad's younger brother pled guilty to two charges -- robbery and burglary of a habitation -- back in February 2006. As a result, Trey was sentenced to 40 years in prison. The District Attorneys office said they did not pursue capital murder charges like with Chad because they believed Trey was a lesser participant in the plot.
The alleged middle man in the murder plot pled guilty to two charges in February 2006. Parent is serving a 35-year sentence, 20 for engaging in organized criminal activity, 15 for burglary of a habitation.
The 28-year-old will, in all likelihood, be the final person to stand trial in Andrade's death. He allegedly was the hitman who fired the shot that killed the producer. In January, he was extradited from Hungary to Brazos County. He had eluded capture until he was tracked down last year. No word on when Mogilevich will stand trial. His bond is set at $2 million.
Another of the alleged hitmen, Padrick pled guilty to a lesser robbery charge in April 2006. He was the state's star witness in Chad Davis' murder trial. His deal has him serving consecutive 20-year terms. He was already serving 20 years for burglary.
The alleged third hitman in the murder/robbery attempt, Mancuso was killed in the shootout between the hitmen and Andrade.