The last activity on Man’s cell phone occurred on Nov. 30, and she was last seen in public on Nov. 20, Dorminy said. Man was killed some time between Nov. 30 and Dec. 7, the indictment says.
The malice murder charge indicates prosecutors believe Davis intentionally killed Man without provocation. In Georgia, a felony murder charge indicates that someone is believed to be responsible for another person’s death in the commission of another felony, such as aggravated assault.
The added theft charges stem from the pawning of Man’s iPhone; the indictment alleges Davis took the phone from Man at the time of her death and pawned it on Dec. 23.
Davis remains jailed without bond at the Gwinnett County Detention Center.