Third shooting suspect sentenced
Published 8:51 am Thursday, January 5, 2017
The last of three people accused in the shooting of homeless Winston-Salem man in 2015 was sentenced in Davie Superior Court Dec. 12.
Brittany M. Wilson, 18, of Woodleaf, was charged with accessory after the fact to attempted first degree murder and pleaded to a charge of accessory after the fact to assault with a deadly weapon inflicting serious injury. The other co-defendants, Nathaniel Jones and Cedric Jones, were previously sentenced.
The victim, Justin Mobley, was found shot in the chest and thigh at the entrance to the Farmington Pet Cemetery off Wyo Road July 24, following hours of partying with Wilson and then later with all three. He recovered from his wounds.
Wilson was sentenced by Judge Jerry Cash Martin to 13 to 25 months, suspended 36 months supervised probation. She was sentenced to 69 days active but given credit for time served.
Wilson is to submit a DNA sample, have no contact with the co-defendants or victim, and was ordered to not consume alcohol or controlled substances. She must submit to warrantless searches and random testing for drugs and alcohol. She must also pay court costs.