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By Jennifer Emert - bio | email

AMERICUS, GA (WALB) –  Police were called to 950 Anthony Drive, Apartment 2A around 6:00 AM Wednesday.

They found 21-year-old Jarvis Jamar Willis lying on the floor, tied up with a belt around his neck.

He was taken to the hospital. Police say Willis told them it was two unknown men who broke into the apartment.

An investigation is ongoing.

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