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Papa Bear update: Ramsey sentenced to life

55-year-old Jack Horne of Phenix City 55-year-old Jack Horne of Phenix City
Ramsey sentenced to life plus 25 years for robbery and murder. Ramsey sentenced to life plus 25 years for robbery and murder.
Travis Livingston plead guilty to robbery in connection with the case. Travis Livingston plead guilty to robbery in connection with the case.
Samuel Perry plead guilty to murder, kidnapping, larceny, and robbery. Samuel Perry plead guilty to murder, kidnapping, larceny, and robbery.

COLUMBUS, GA (WTVM) -  Wednesday morning, a judge sentenced Master Michael Ramsey to life plus 25 years.

Ramsey was convicted in March for the robbery and murder of 55-year-old Jack Horne of Phenix City. 

Travis Livingston, who police say is also connected with the murder, will face sentencing Wednesday afternoon.

A third man, Samuel Perry, is already serving a 60-year sentence for his involvment.

Horne was robbed and killed three years ago. His Gold Star cab was found ransacked and abandoned at the Edmund Estates Apartments in Phenix City back in August of 2006.

Several days later, authorities found his body in the woods at an old shooting range on Fort Benning.

News Leader 9 is following this story. We'll bring you the latest information as soon as it becomes available.

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