10th Defendant Sentenced in Mt. Vernon Murder Case

Oct 4, 2018

A 10th and final defendant has been sentenced in connection with a 2017 murder in Mt. Vernon.

Police say Deon Frazier was sentenced to four years in prison for attempted robbery and attempted home invasion in the attempted robbery and shooting death of Deandray Jackson.

The following defendants previously pled guilty or were found guilty to charges related to the investigation.

John Wells – Murder – 70 years

Jarron Liddell – Obstructing Justice – Conditional Discharge (5 years DOC on unrelated charge)

Dantrez Brown – Obstructing Justice – 2 years Department of Corrections (consecutive 6 years on unrelated charge)

Lamar Williams Jr. – Felon In Possession of Firearm – 5 years

Lekedrieon Russell – Attempted Robbery and Attempted Home Invasion - 15 years

Curtis Devan Jr. – Obstructing Justice – 27 months

Gerrodo Forest – Attempted Home Invasion – 13 years

Tony Feggins – Obstructing Justice – 4 years

Z.P. – Attempted Robbery and Attempted Home Invasion – 15 years