MEMPHIS, TN (abc24.com) - Convicted murderer Dexter Cox has been sentenced to life in prison without parole, again.
Cox, 22, is already serving a life sentence for the First Degree Murder of 76-year-old Herbert Wooten and the especially aggravated robbery and attempted murder of Wooten’s wife in a botched robbery attempt.
In March, Cox was found guilty of First Degree Murder for the death of 42-year-old Gwendolyn Cherry in a fight over money.
On April 20, Judge Chris Craft granted the state's motion for a second consecutive life sentence without parole.
Dexter Cox is also accused of First Degree Murder in the January 2008 shooting death of Memphis Police Lt. Ed Vidulich in the officer's Frayser home. That trial date is still pending.