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Prosecutors in Georgia have brought to the attention of a friend of Anitra Gunn with the murder of a couple of days after her body was recovered from a wooded area, along a deserted road, in Crawford County, officials said Friday.
GBI Assistant Special Agent in Charge Todd and the Franchise announced in a press conference that Demarcus Little, 23, was charged in the death of 23-year-old Fort Valley State University student who was last seen on Valentine’s day.
CALIFORNIA POLICE ARE ON THE HUNT FOR THE MAN SUSPECTED OF A TRIPLE MURDER AT CEMETERY
“During the investigation, sufficient information has been developed in a way that gave us probable cause to obtain an arrest warrant charging Demarcus Bit of wilful murder,” he said.
Anitra Gunn ‘ s,, 23, the remains of which were found, in addition to His Rd. in Crawford County, on Tuesday, the day after his father for the first time, reported her missing.
(The Fort Valley Police Department )
THE REMAINS OF A MISSING GEORGIA COLLEGE STUDENT, ANITRA GUNN HAVE BEEN FOUND; BOYFRIEND ARRESTED
A little earlier, was arrested on Tuesday for an unrelated damages to property owned by or in the month of February. 5 incident, the incident with the Tour. With the police claiming he was thrown out of the window of her apartment, and slashed the tires of her car.
Gunn’s father, and the Fort Valley Police Department is conducting a welfare check on her on Oct. 14 after she failed to answer any calls or texts that day. Police say she was last seen around 11:30 p.m. that day.
The next day, police found her car in the neighbor’s yard, with a missing front bumper.
A task force with representatives from local law enforcement agencies and the GBI was on a Monday and on the following day, at approximately 3:20 a.m., Gunn’s body was found on the side of the road with what appeared to be a part of that is missing the front bumper.
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“About 150 yards from the road. He took out a piece of the car or any part of the car, the piece that we were looking for. Took Mrs. Gunn lay very close to, a portion of which is in front of,” Peach County Sheriff Terry Deese said during a press conference on Tuesday.
The police found Gunn’s death as a homicide after an autopsy report, which was also positively identified her as the victim, but she could not reveal to her the cause of death or the state her body was found.