Coweta County

5 members of Ghostface Gangsters convicted in terrifying home invasion murder of 14-year-old girl

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COWETA COUNTY, Ga. — Multiple members of the Ghostface Gangsters have been convicted in the murder of a 14-year-old Newnan girl during a home invasion.

Haley Adams was shot to death on Feb. 11, 2020 after a group of three men and a woman broke into the home she had just moved into with her mother on Bethlehem Church Road.

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The group was targeting the owner of the home who was not there during the invasion. Instead, they found Adams’ mother and “tormented her at gunpoint” while Adams hid in her bedroom.

When the men realized the target was not at home, they ran outside. Adams ran after them with a BB gun and one of the men opened fire on her, shooting her in the back. She died later that night.


The people involved were identified as 24-year-old Justin Cayne Ramsey, 35-year-old William Tyree, 40-year-old Kyle Ray Conley, 29-year-old Aubrie Leigh Brown and 31-year-old Spencer Todd Wix. One of the people who was arrested is the homeowner’s step-brother.

Ramsey is the accused shooter and pled guilty to 15 charges including felony murder, violations of the Street Gang Terrorism and Prevention Act and home invasion in the first degree, among other charges. He’s been sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole.

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Tyree pled guilty to violating the Street Gang Act, aggravated assault and false imprisonment and was sentenced to 60 years with the first 35 to be served.

Brown and Conley pleaded guilty to violating the Street Gang Act, voluntary manslaughter and home invasion. Brown was sentenced to 50 years in prison with the first 30 to be served and Conley was sentenced to 40 years with the first 25 to be served.

Wix pleaded guilty to voluntary manslaughter and home invasion and was sentenced to 40 years in prison with the first 25 to be served.

Adams was a member of the JROTC and the dance team at Appling Middle School and wanted to be a drill sergeant in the U.S. Marines, according to an obituary. She and her mother had only been living in the home off Bethlehem Church Road for a week, according to Coweta County Sheriff Lenn Wood.

Previously, Adams was living with her grandparents in Macon.


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