A second Hattiesburg man indicted in a 2013 capital murder case pled guilty Monday in a Forrest County court.
David Fairley, 24, pleaded guilty to 2nd degree murder in the shooting death of Robert Williams that occurred at a residence on West 7th Street on August 1st.
Declining to address the court with any form of apology or response, he was sentenced to 35 years with 22 to serve.
Derrick Bolton plead guilty to 2nd degree murder last Wednesday and was sentenced to 35 years with 22 to serve.
Bolton and Fairley were two of the three who were indicted on capital murder, conspiracy and kidnapping in the incident.
Daylon Waldrop is expected to stand trial Tuesday in Forrest County.
The indictment, including all three names, detailed the conspiracy to commit the crime, along with using a handgun in the process of a robbery along with unlawfully detaining another victim in the case.