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One in jail, two others sought for murder

James Cutts James Cutts
Roderick Wright Roderick Wright

June 16, 2003

Albany - An arrest is made in the murder of an Albany man, and police need your help in finding two other men also wanted in the shooting of 25 year-old Marcus Brown.

37 year-old Derrick Wright, of Albany, was arrested over the weekend in connection with the June 2nd murder. Early that morning, Brown and four friends were playing cards in a South Madison Street apartment when two masked gunmen burst in, robbed them, and ran away. Brown immediately confronted the robbers outside in the parking lot. They started shooting and killed Brown.

Albany police are also looking for Wright's brother, 30 year-old Roderick Wright, and 33 year-old James Cutts, both of Albany. The men are considered armed and dangerous. Police say anyone caught harboring these men will be charged with aiding and abetting a criminal.

The suspects are charged with murder, armed robbery, aggravated assault, and burglary. If you have any information, call the Albany Police Department.

Posted at 5:15PM by kathryn.murchison@walb.com

 

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