Final person linked to fatal Columbia drug deal pleads guilty

Sarah Davidson

The last of seven defendants charged with a fatal Columbia drug deal pleads guilty.

Sarah Davidson, 32, pleaded guilty on Monday and was sentenced to five years in prison.

Davidson’s six co-defendants have previously pleaded guilty.  Their sentences range from 5 to 20 years.  One accomplice, Hollie Johnson, still awaits sentencing which is scheduled for next month.

It was in August of 2018 when the group met up with Randall King at an apartment on Sylvan Lane for an arranged meth deal.  During the course of the exchange, shots were fired and King was killed.