Adam Bagby’s daughters couldn’t wait to take a peek inside the “Merry Christmas” bag filled with toys and goodies.
With the First-Degree Murder indictments, each defendant faces a sentence of mandatory life in prison, unless the State provides notice of its intent to seek the death penalty, in accordance with Florida law.
Lauren Eileen Carr, 58, of Bryceville, was found guilty by a jury of Organized Fraud. Carr now faces a maximum of 30 years in Florida State Prison.
McKnight is a five-time convicted felon and the State has filed a Prison Release Reoffender Notice, seeking to sentence him to a mandatory life sentence.
Tony Gerald Ellison, 52, of Jacksonville was sentenced to 30 years in Florida State Prison followed by life probation for two counts of Lewd or Lascivious Molestation.
Pursuant to the plea agreement, Robinson now faces a maximum of Life in Florida State Prison.
There was turkey. There was stuffing. There was macaroni and cheese. And there were pies — lots and lots of pies.
Devraughne Terrell Owens, 27, of Jacksonville, was found guilty by a jury of Attempted Murder in the First Degree, and Possession of a Firearm by a Convicted Felon.
Curtis Wayne Hodges, 28, of Hilliard, was found guilty by a jury of Armed Burglary.
Ten members of “Problem Child Entertainment” were arrested after a year-long investigation by law enforcement partners.