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Drive-by suspects arrested

July 8, 2004

Homerville - Police have arrested a fourth suspect in a deadly drive by shooting.

Twenty-six year old Torrance Edmond is charged with murdering 21-year-old Travis Tyson. The other suspects, 27-year-old Irvin Binghams, 26-year-old Dwight Riley, and 26-year-old Jordan Crear were arrested shortly after the shooting.

Police say Tyson and two friends were stopped at the intersection of Forrest Avenue and North Church Street early Saturday morning when the suspects pulled up beside them in a truck and fired shots. Tyson was hit twice and died.

A judge denied bond for all of the men, who are being held in the Clinch County Jail.

posted at 1:15 P.M. by ashley.harper@walb.com

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