In 2011, Hobbs was arrested and booked into Harris County Jail.
According to KPRC-TV, as many as six women said they had been attacked by Hobbs, many of whom were expected to testify as witnesses during the trial.
On Monday, May 2, the District Attorney's Office announced that Hobbs pleaded guilty and will get credit for the 10 years he has already been in jail. Hobbs will serve 20 more years for Pyatt's murder and 30 for Sanford's. He'll be eligible for parole when he is 101 years old.
Before Hobbs' arrest, prosecutors said he applied for a job with a police department.
Ogg added, "He avoided being sent from county jail to state prison as long as he could, but with this sentence justice has been served and Steven Hobbs will never again set foot in Harris County."
Prosecutor Jennifer Meriwether said, "This is finally closure for all the families and the victims. I think that’s important so that we can move our resources on to other cases and keep working to remove the case backlog. But most of all, this is for the victims."