MEMPHIS, TN (abc24.com) - The third suspect in the murder of a pizza delivery driver pleaded guilty to the crime on the day his trial was to begin.
25-year-old Jeremy Williams pled guilty to second degree murder and especially aggravated robbery for the June 2009 shooting death of 29-year-old Stephen Faulkner.
Investigators determined that Faulkner was killed over a botched robbery by Williams and two other accomplices, Dean Heath and Lavette Colemen. Coleman called to have a pizza delivered to a vacant home, then Heath and Williams held up Faulkner and stole $48. When Faulkner tried to run, he was shot dead.
Williams was sentenced to two concurrent 40 year sentences without the possibility of parole. Heath is already serving a life sentence for First Degree Murder. Coleman is still awaiting trial.