Wednesday, April 15, 2015
AUGUSTA, Ga. (WRDW) -- The man accused of a deadly crime spree in Augusta 5 years ago has accepted a plea deal. Michael Rewis accepted the deal Tuesday and will send him to prison for life.
Rewis will have the possibility of parole. He also accepted a deal for charges of two count of armed robbery. He will serve 10 years concurrent.
Rewis pleaded guilty to murder during his arraignment last in March.
Deputies say Rewis was accused of killing Carl Bush with two other men on Reynolds Street in September 2010.
AUGUSTA, Ga. (WRDW) -- The man accused of a deadly crime spree in Augusta in September 2010 pleads not guilty in court on Friday.
Michael Rewis is charged with multiple counts of possession of a firearm, kidnapping, aggravated assault, and murder.
Deputies have said Rewis and two others killed Carl Bush on Reynolds Street in 2010.
AUGUSTA, Ga. (WRDW) -- Murder, armed robbery and rape are just some of the charges a Martinez man is facing in court this week.
Prosecutors called witnesses to the stand to testify against 19-year-old Hector Torres on Tuesday.
Among the witnesses was the son of 56-year-old Carl Bush, who was killed near the old train depot in 2010.
Deputies say Torres and two others -- Hamlet Perdomo and Michael Rewis -- went on a crime spree involving multiple crimes and multiple victims in September 2010.
It started with a shooting incident on Telfair Street, then the murder of Bush on Reynolds Street. From there, the three men allegedly robbed two people at gunpoint on Tubman Home Road and then a man and his girlfriend on Fenwick Street. Investigators say they then abducted and sexually assaulted the woman.
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