Sherrod Sinteze Montgomery Wiki – Sherrod Sinteze Montgomery Biography

A west Georgia man who became so enraged during a card game that he beat another player to death has been sentenced to life in prison, authorities said. Sherrod Sinteze Montgomery  43, received a life sentence Monday, two months after a Carroll County jury convicted him of murder, according to Coweta Judicial Circuit District Attorney Herb Cranford. The victim, Ricky Cox, 63, died at the hospital from blunt force trauma to the head and body.

The fatal incident took place in May 2021 in Bowdon, a city of just over 2,000 near the Alabama line. Montgomery accused Cox of cheating during his card game, Cranford said, and witnesses reported hearing them argue. The argument escalated to the point that Montgomery attacked Cox, beating him even as bystanders tried to pull him away from the older man.

Carroll deputies responded to reports of a break-in at a home on Kent Avenue and found Cox “barely conscious,” Cranford said. Cox was taken to Tanner Medical Center, where doctors discovered that he had broken ribs, head trauma and severe internal bleeding. Despite being rushed to the hospital, Cox died from his injuries.


Sherrod Sinteze Montgomery Age

The age of Sherrod Sinteze Montgomery is 43 years.

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Sherrod Sinteze Montgomery accused killing

Montgomery ran away after the beating, but officers tracked him down later that day and took him into custody. He was convicted in January of felony manslaughter, aggravated assault and aggravated battery. Rosecutors says Montgomery and Ricky Buchanan Cox, 63, got into an argument in May 2021 after Montgomery accused the older man of cheating during a card game.

They say Montgomery hit Cox with a clenched fist, knocking him onto his back. Once he was on the ground, Montgomery began kicking and stomping on Cox. A Carroll County jury found Montgomery guilty of felony murder, aggravated assault and aggravated assault in January. He also faced a charge of malicious murder during his trial, but was not found guilty.Read More…..


It is not clear where he will serve his sentence.

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