ABI Announces Arrests in Two Tuskegee Homicides

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By Glenn Halbrooks

The Alabama Bureau of Investigation says special agents from Montgomery have arrested three suspects in two separate homicide investigations in Tuskegee.

The ABI says Julian Richardson of Tuskegee was arrested Wednesday and charged with murder in the Oct. 25 homicide of 25-year-old Christopher Banks of Tuskegee. Richardson is being held in the Macon County Jail.

 

In an unrelated homicide investigation, the ABI says Tuskegee residents Bryant Ford, and Gregory Williams, were arrested and charged with murder in the Oct. 27 homicide of 19-year-old Jasmine Moore of Tuskegee. Both Ford and Williams are being held in the Macon County Jail.



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