In late February and early March, a senior citizen stood trial, accused in a murder conspiracy that left the target and a hitman dead in 2003.
Willie Davis, 66, was eventually convicted in the murder of Tommy Andrade. Davis was sentenced to life in prison, where his sons Chad and Trey are already serving time for their roles in the plot.
Davis pleaded not guilty, and maintained his innocence as he was taken away from the courtroom following the verdict.
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