Lubbock man pleads guilty to 2010 murder - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

Lubbock man pleads guilty to 2010 murder

Arenn Davis, Source: LSO Arenn Davis, Source: LSO
LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) -

A Lubbock man who was facing capital murder charges for the death of a Wilson man entered a guilty plea in court today.

Arenn Lamar Davis, 22, pled guilty to the 2010 killing of Brian Brinson, 52.

Police say Davis, along with two other men, killed Brinson back in December of 2010. Brinson was found shot to death in his car near 24th place and Avenue L.

Davis' plea today downgraded his charges to first degree murder.

He was facing capital murder charges with the possibility of life in prison. However, as part of today's plea deal, Davis pleads guilty to first degree murder and is now sentenced to 25 years in prison and must serve half of that time before he is eligible for parole.

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