The wife of a slain man who killed a Clayton County cop was convicted of murder Monday and will spend the rest of her life in prison.
A jury found Lisa Ann Lebis guilty of felony murder – or being a party to a crime – for the December 2012 shooting death of Clayton County Police Officer Sean Callahan.
“I firmly believe in my heart that if she had not helped, Sean Callahan would be alive,” Clayton County District Attorney Tracey Graham Lawson told The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
Lebis, who also was convicted of officer battery, possession of an illegal weapon, firearms possession by a convicted felon and obstruction, was sentenced to life in prison without parole plus 35 years.
Lawson said Lebis was sheltering her husband, Tremaine Lynn Lebis, who was wanted by police,