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Arrest made in cold case in Cairo

By Christian Jennings - bio | email

THOMASVILLE, GA (WALB) - A man was arrested over the weekend for the murder of a Thomas County woman who disappeared 20 years ago.

Glenda Quisenberry was last seen in Cairo at a Shelter for battered women. The case went cold, but Thomas County investigators reopened it last month.  

After 20 long years, an arrest was made Friday night.

U. S. Marshals arrested Jerry Robert Hobbs in San Antonio, Texas. He was Quisenberry's boyfriend at the time of her disappearance.

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