MOBILE, Ala. (WALA) – UPDATE 2:28 p.m.: Trayon Washington has been sentenced to life in prison. Pat Brown has been sentenced to 30 years concurrent with sentence he is already on.
12:52 p.m.: The two men found guilty in the shooting death of Wendy Fisher are expected to be sentenced Thursday, March 20.
Trayon Washington and Pat Brown were found guilty in January 2014. They could could face a maximum of life in prison.
Mobile Police said Washington shot Fisher, a mother of two, and Brown drove the car, with Washington inisde. They said Brown sped away after the shooting.
Fisher’s daughter, Madelynn North, was with her mother when she was shot, and testified for the prosecution.
North said, “It was pretty difficult. I didn’t know if I was going to be able to get up there and look them at the face, but, I did it, and I’m glad I did it.”
Rob Russo, Wendy Fisher’s boyfriend, testified that he saw Washington point the gun at him.
Russo said, “For the longest time, you blame yourself. The gun was pointed at me. Were those bullets meant for me? And, you question your role in the whole situation and what you could have done differently. You go over it a hundred different times. What you could have been done differently to stop the whole event from happening?”
Since her daughter’s death, Carol Fisher has moved forward with her life and her ministry.
As part of Carol Fisher Ministries, she recently bought 38 pairs of new shoes for students at Foley Middle School.
So, why shoes?
”We’re giving them shoes, because we want them to feel good about themselves. And when you dress good, and you have good shoes and good clothes, you feel good about yourself.”