Man who removed ankle monitor, killed woman during 2019 crime spree gets life sentence
LIVINGSTON - A man charged with several violent crimes throughout the capital area was given a life sentence after he removed his ankle monitor during a crime spree that left a woman dead.
Earlier this month, Terrell Anthony was found guilty of first-degree murder after the 2019 attack where he held several people hostage in a Watson-area home and waited for the victim, Jessica Clark. Anthony shot Clark once she arrived at the house.
Jason Harris with the Livingston Parish Clerk of Court said the jury deliberated for less than thirty minutes.
Anthony was also given a 20-year sentence for possessing a concealed weapon as a felon, which will run concurrently with his lifetime sentence for murder.
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