Cobb cold-case killer gets two life terms

An Ohio man was given two consecutive life sentences plus five years for a cold-case murder and other crimes at a Cobb County motel, prosecutors said.

Joshua Randall Moulder, 38, was found guilty of murder and other charges Tuesday in the July 2006 shooting death of Anthony Tyrone Rudolph.

Rudolph was found dead at the Knights Inn Atlanta Northwest motel on South Cobb Drive in Smyrna with a gunshot wound in his head.

RELATED: Ohio man convicted in cold-case murder at Cobb motel

Prosecutors said Moulder robbed the victim of his wallet, money, cellphone and a vehicle. He was arrested at his home near Dayton, Ohio, by U.S. Marshals in December 2014.

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Moulder also was convicted of aggravated assault, armed robbery, possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony and influencing a witness.

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