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William Moore, Jr. and Todd Jones, Jr. were tried by jury and convicted of murder, armed robbery, aggravated assault, and the unlawful possession of a firearm during the commission of a crime, all in connection with the fatal stabbing and beating of Kevin Harmon. Moore and Jones appealed, contending the State presented insufficient evidence to sustain their convictions. In addition, Moore argued he was improperly sentenced, and Jones claimed the trial court improperly admitted two knives into evidence. Upon review of the record and briefs, the Georgia Supreme Court found no merit in either appellant’s claims of error and affirmed their respective convictions.