A Savannah man returned to the courtroom Monday after being convicted of a triple murder last month.
Keith Lamont Marrow Jr. will most likely spend the rest of his life in prison. He was found guilty on all 26 counts for the April 2017 execution-style killings of Courtney German, Shayla Curtis, and William Mullins.
Some say this the final chapter in a case that has devastated several families.
“I know my brother, Shayla, and William, they should be feeling pretty good that they were spoken for and what happened to them will be accounted for and answered for,” said Chad German, brother of Courtney German.
The malice murder conviction carries a life sentence without the possibility of parole.
“I’m glad because he doesn’t know what kind of pain and suffering he put on all of us. My sister left behind two little ones that I now raise,” said Ashley Curtis, sister of Shayla Curtis.
As soon as the sentencing began, the defense tried to ask for a mistrial arguing that jurors did not take enough time to review the evidence.
The judge denied the request saying the issue could be handled during the appeal.
Family members of the victims say they are pleased with the outcome, but still feel the loss of their loved ones.