A Man Accused of Killing Two Teens is Sentenced to Life
Jeffrey Hazelwood Sentenced to Life in Prison
A man accused of killing two 17-year-olds behind a supermarket in an Atlanta suburb has been sentenced to life in prison without parole.
Jeffrey Hazelwood was sentenced Wednesday May 17th after he pleaded guilty but mentally ill to murder charges.
Carter Davis and Natalie Henderson were shot to death Aug. 1st 2016 in Roswell.
A Fulton County Superior Court Judge ruled that Hazelwood was competent to stand trial based on reports from a clinical psychologist.
Henderson was getting ready for her senior year at Roswell High School when she was killed.
Davis had lived in Rapid City, South Dakota, during part of his high school years before moving to Georgia.
He was about to begin his senior year at River Ridge High School.