Mayes sentenced for Baldwin Street murder

Sentenced as a multiple offender

CHATTANOOGA (WDEF) – Jamaal Mondrew Mayes was sentenced on Monday for a shooting near the Community Kitchen in 2017.

He got 48 years for second degree murder as a multiple offender. He has past convictions for child rape, attempted murder and aggravated robbery.

Four years ago, Mayes shot Willie Bacon on a Sunday night at the intersection of East 11th and Baldwin Streets.

He was convicted in August of second degree murder and possession of a firearm with a violent felony conviction. Because of his criminal past, Judge Poole ordered that he serve the two sentences back-to-back to total the 48 years.

He is now 38 years old.

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