Jacobs went back to his home, changed into a long-sleeve security jacket, dark pants, and a mask as a disguise and circled around the Shops of Legacy waiting for Gambles, the D.A.’s Office said.
Surveillance video revealed Jacobs entering Gambles’ vehicle and stealing a firearm in the console. According to the D.A.’s Office, Gambles came back to his car and Jacobs pointed the stolen gun toward Gambles’ head and fired. Gambles was shot in the temple.
On Oct. 5, the D.A.’s Office announced a jury found Jacobs guilty of capital murder. He was given a life sentence without the possibility of parole.