Jovan Lamb, 37, was convicted of two counts of first-degree for the fatal stabbings of a mother and daughter in Haines City in 2015. Lamb and three co-defendants robbed an Auburndale pawn shop at gunpoint on January 15th, 2015, then led police on a high-speed chase to the Chanler Ridge Subdivision where the two women were brutally murdered. Lamb’s co-defendants, Devonere McCune and Terrell Williams were previously convicted and sentenced to Life. Michael Gordon’s conviction and death sentence was recently upheld by the Supreme Court. In addition to the first-degree murder charges, Lamb was convicted of three counts of Attempted Murder of a Law Enforcement Officer, Conspiracy to Commit Armed Robbery, Robbery with a Firearm, Grand Theft and Fleeing or Attempting to Elude. He was sentenced to Five Life Sentences. State Attorney Brian Haas thanks Assistant State Attorneys Michael Nutter and Mikaela Perry for their hard work and dedication pursuing justice in this case. Mr. Haas also thanks the Polk County Sheriff’s Office, Auburndale Police Department and the Haines City Police Department.