A Pierce County judge sentenced three people convicted of crimes related to cop killer Maurice Clemmons to prison terms Friday afternoon.
A jury convicted Eddie Lee Davis, Douglas Edward Davis and Letrecia Nelson of various counts last month.
Judge Stephanie Arend sentenced Eddie Davis, who was found guilty of providing aid to Clemmons after he gunned down four Lakewood police officers violations, to 125 months – over 10 years. He also was convicted of weapons violations. Prosecutors had sought 25 years for Davis.
Arend sentenced Douglas Davis, convicted of weapons violations, to 7 ½ years. Prosecutors also sought 20 years for him. The jury acquitted him of aiding Clemmons.
The judge sentenced Nelson, convicted of aiding Clemmons and weapons violations, to 74 months – more than 6 years. Prosecutors sought 15 years for her.
Prosecutors contended they helped Clemmons escape Pierce County after he killed Lakewood police Sgt. Mark Renninger and officers Tina Griswold, Greg Richards and Ronald Owens on Nov. 29, 2009, at a Parkland coffee shop.
Prosecutors also contended the possessed a gun Clemmons stole from Richards.
The same jury acquitted Clemmons' half-brother, Rickey Hinton, of aiding him after the killings.
Clemmons later was shot dead by a Seattle police officer.
Five of the seven people charged in the wake of the massacre have been convicted. One, Clemmons' alleged getaway driver Dorcus Allen, is set to go to trial in March.
Allen, 39, is charged as an accomplice with four counts of aggravated first-degree murder. He's pleaded not guilty.