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July 5, 2004

Homerville- The fourth suspect in an early Saturday morning homicide is still on the run. Homerville Police have not released the name of the man but believe he may have left town.

They have arrested three other men connected to the shooting. 26 year old Jordan Crear, Jr. of Kingsland, 27 year old Irving Bighams, and 27 year old Dwight Riley, both of Homerville, were arrested Saturday in connection with the murder of 21 year old Travis Tyson.

Tyson and two of his friends were stopped at an intersection in Homerville early Saturday morning when a truck pulled up and someone started shooting at them with a 9-millimeter handgun. Tyson died after being shot twice.

Posted at 5:55 PM by elaine.armstrong@walb.com

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