ARKANSAS COURT OF APPEALS
NOT DESIGNATED FOR PUBLICATION
WENDELL L. GRIFFEN, JUDGE
June 27, 2007
JEIGHMICHAEL S. DAVIS
AN APPEAL FROM BRADLEY
COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT
HON. SAM POPE, JUDGE
STATE OF ARKANSAS
AFFIRMED; MOTION TO
WITHDRAW IS GRANTED
On January 10, 2006, a Bradley County jury found Jeighmichael Davis guilty of
aggravated robbery and sentenced him to a fifteen-year term in the Arkansas Department of
Correction. His attorney has filed a motion to withdraw as appellant’s counsel. The motion
was accompanied by a no-merit brief, pursuant to Anders v. California, 386 U.S. 738 (1967),
and Ark. Sup. Ct. R. 4-3(j), wherein counsel contends that all rulings adverse to his client are
abstracted and discussed. Appellant has filed no pro se points for reversal. After reviewing the
record, we hold that an appeal in this case would be wholly without merit. Accordingly, we
affirm appellant’s conviction and grant counsel’s motion to withdraw.
On March 18, 2005, a masked man robbed a Pizza Hut in Warren, taking $180. The
store manager could not identify the robber. However, appellant’s mother, Felecia Childs,
went to the Warren Police Department with a mask that she found in appellant’s bedroom.
She told Lieutenant Shaun Hildreth that she heard about the robbery and thought her son
might have been involved. The manager of the Pizza Hut identified the mask as the one
worn by the robber. Later that day, police went to Childs’s residence, and Childs gave police
consent to search her home. While at the home, police found muddy, dark-colored clothing
in appellant’s bedroom and a pair of shoes outside of the residence.
During the investigation, police arrested Undra Gaines. He had the gun used in the
robbery in his possession, a Rossi .38-caliber handgun. Gaines gave the gun to police and
told police that it was a gun that he gave to appellant. A Pizza Hut employee identified the
gun as the one used in the robbery.