Peter "Petey" Miller, Derrell "Snags" Johnson and William "Jim Dog" Rhodes were each convicted of conspiracy, murder, kidnapping, robbery and weapons crimes. Miller, 20, was sentenced to life plus 60 years. Johnson, 30, was sentenced to life plus 30 years, and Rhodes, 26, was sentenced to life plus 65 years.
"The victim made repeated statements to his mother that the suspects were going to kill him while holding onto his mother's legs for dear life," Baltimore Detective Dawnyell Taylor wrote in police charging documents.
Another participant, Aaron Jerome Davis, 26, also was convicted in the case and is scheduled to be sentenced this month. Charges were dropped against Sherman Anderson, 34, who was originally charged in the crime.