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Man picked up for questioning in Sands Homicide case

ALBANY, GA (WALB) -  Acting on a citizen’s tip, Dougherty County Sheriff’s Deputies arrested Eddie Gilyard on a Probation Violation Warrant about 11:00 Wednesday morning.  

Gilyard was located on Clark Avenue heading towards the bypass in a pick-up truck driven by a relative.

The Albany Police Department had issued a lookout for the 41-year-old Gilyard, also known as “Bo”, who was wanted for questioning in the Homicide that occurred at 600 Sands Drive on November 6, 2009.

Gilyard's last known address was 212 Waverly Avenue, Albany, Georgia.

Anyone who has information regarding the Sands Drive incident should call Crime Stoppers at (229) 436-TIPS, or  the Albany Police Department at (229) 431-2100 or 431-3288.

 

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