Foxworth Sentenced To Life For D'Iberville Man's Murder

A Gulfport man will spend the rest of his life behind bars for his role in a D'Iberville man's death.

Prosecutors had sought the death penalty for Jason Foxworth, but the jury instead opted for life without parole.

Foxworth was convicted of killing Larry Turner in July 2005 during a botched robbery attempt at Turner's home in the Forrest Love Community.

Foxworth's accomplice, Steven Fairley, pleaded guilty to armed robbery, and is serving a 20 year sentence. Another man involved in the murder, Mark Kee "Tupac" Brown, is set to stand trial for capital murder in January.