Jefferson City man sentenced for 2016 Halloween murder
JEFFERSON CITY - A judge sentenced Terrance Wynn to life in prison for a murder on Halloween in 2016.
Wynn, 21, pleaded guilty in the shooting death of Terrance Davis. He pleaded to charges including second-degree murder, armed criminal action and robbery. Wynn was also sentenced Thursday for a separate incident, getting 7 years in prison for assault, armed criminal action, unlawful use of a weapon and receiving stolen property.
A second suspect, Travion Jefferson, was arrested and charged for the Davis murder. His trial was scheduled to start in early November; on Friday, the Cole County Circuit Clerk told KOMU 8 News Jefferson's case is no longer pending, but could not elaborate.