Semaj Antonio Moss, a 21-year-old man from Tifton, Georgia, has pleaded guilty to murder charges, including malice murder, two counts of felony murder, aggravated assault, burglary, and possession of a knife during a felony. In 2020, Moss entered the home of 9-year-old Alazia “Ally” Johnson, a student at Len Lastinger Elementary School, and brutally stabbed her multiple times. Alazia passed away the following morning. Moss, who was 18 at the time, has been sentenced to life without parole. The crime shocked the Tifton community, and a reward was offered for information leading to the arrest. Moss was apprehended a few days later. District Attorney Bryce Johnson expressed that though justice cannot bring Alazia back, the citizens of Tifton can be assured that Moss will never harm anyone again. Special Agent Zach Bryan and investigators from the GBI Sylvester office, along with the Tifton Police Department, were acknowledged for their efforts in resolving the case. Chief Assistant District Attorney Patrick Warren represented the state of Georgia in the case.