ALEX DAVIS RECEIVES TWENTY-FIVE (25) YEARS FOR ASSAULT

Christian County Prosecuting Attorney, Amy J. Fite announced today that ALEX DAVIS, dob: 6/19/1979 of Ozark, Missouri was sentenced to twenty-five (25) years in prison by Christian County Circuit Judge Mark for the crimes of Attempted Robbery in the 1st Degree, Assault the 1st Degree, and Armed Criminal Action. All counts were to run concurrent and probation was denied. ALEX DAVIS was convicted by a Christian County jury on all counts on December 21, 2010. The trial was handled by former Christian County Prosecuting Attorney, Ron Cleek and Assistant Prosecuting Attorney, Janette Bleau.

On January 28, 2010, the defendant, ALEX DAVIS hit the victim in the head with a hammer during a robbery attempt. At trial, the victim testified that he received 15-16 stitches for a gash to the top of his head as a result of the attack. Besides the victim, a co-defendant to ALEX DAVIS also testified as to the attack. At sentencing, evidence was presented of the defendant’s prior criminal history that included six prior convictions including convictions for robbery and forgery.

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