Three gang members pleaded guilty Monday in connection with the death of a fellow Bloods member, a spokeswoman with DeKalb County said.
Cordarius Genard Wyatt, Reco Rodriges Hart and Kevin Hambrick all pleaded guilty to voluntary manslaughter for the May 15, 2014, shooting death of Adunte Carr, Megan Matteucci said in an email.
All four men were inside a moving vehicle in southwest DeKalb County the night of the shootout that ended with Carr’s death.
Hart, Wyatt and Hambrick entered Alford pleas, which are similar to nolo contendre pleas in that the defendants pleaded guilty to violating Georgia’s organized gang statute while maintaining their innocence, Matteucci said.
Wyatt was sentenced to 20 years with 12 years to serve in prison followed by eight years on probation. Hart was sentenced to 18 years with 12 years to serve in prison and the remaining six years on probation. Hambrick will serve 10 years of a 15-year sentence in prison, and serve the remainder on probation.