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MACON, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) — Two murder suspects are awaiting extradition, and a third turned herself in for the murder of a Fort Valley man.
Perry police detectives and Calhoun County deputies arrested two Alabama men for the murder of 20-year-old D’undrea Jolly. The incident happened at the Great Inn on St. Patrick’s Dr. in Perry on July 2.
Detectives arrested 22-year-old Samuel Miller and 22-year-old Tycovian Whitlow, on July 5.
Monday, 25-year-old Tara Redding of Reynolds, turned herself into Perry police after returning from Clarksville, Indiana.
Authorities also recovered two vehicles used during the crime — one in Alabama and one in Indiana.
Perry police detectives are still in Indiana looking for a fourth suspect. They identified the suspect as 23-year-old Quintavious Dobbins of Anniston, Alabama.
Redding, Whitlow, and Miller will face felony murder charges.