March 8, 2011 - MPD’s BLUE CRUSH™, Director Larry Godwin & the Shelby County District Attorney General announce results of 2010 criminal gang investigation.
Monday, March 07, 2011, Thomas Pate entered a guilty plea to 2nd degree murder, for the April 2009 murder of his wife, Micah Pate. He reported his wife missing on April 30th 2009, and later led officials to her remains he’d left in a field in May of 2009. Pate…
February 18, 2011– Shelby County District Attorney Amy P. Weirich announced Friday that a criminal court jury returned a guilty verdict against a Memphis man who beat an 11-month-old baby to death two years ago. The jury convicted Jamaal Eddie, who will turn 28 on Saturday, for first degree murder…
February 18. 2011 – Shelby County District Attorney Amy P. Weirich announced Friday that a Memphis man with a lengthy criminal record faces more than 200 years in prison for robbing several victims inside a nail salon in 2009.
Shelby County District Attorney Amy Weirich and Memphis Police Director Larry Godwin announced that a South Highland retail store shut down last week by the D.A.’s Office and the Memphis Police Department has been permanently closed. The owner of Tokens, located at 569 South Highland, did not contest the nuisance…
Shelby County District Attorney Amy Weirich announced Monday that a criminal court jury found a career criminal guilty as charged for a violent 2008 robbery. Tyrone Bohanna, 32, faces 120 years in prison for the 2008 crime, which left one victim injured. The jury convicted Bohanna, 32, for especially aggravated…
MEMPHIS, TN – Shelby County District Attorney Amy Weirich and Memphis Police Director Larry Godwin announced that following an investigation by the Organized Crime Unit, the D.A.’s office filed a public nuisance action against the owner of a retail store on South Highland. The investigation was initiated after the prosecutors…
Shelby County District Attorney Amy P. Weirich announced that a criminal court jury on Saturday returned a guilty verdict against the man who shot and killed a University of Memphis football player during a 2007 robbery attempt. The jury deliberated for two hours before convicting Victor Trezevant, 24, for first…
Shelby County District Attorney Amy Weirich announced Thursday that a criminal court jury convicted a Millington man for a deadly shooting at a gas station two years ago. It took the jury two hours to decide that William Robinson, 31, was guilty as indicted for voluntary manslaughter. Robinson faces up…
Shelby County District Attorney Amy P. Weirich announced Friday that a jury found a previously convicted felon guilty on felony drug charges.
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