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October 2, 2005

Moultrie- One person is in custody for a deadly string of home invasions in Colquitt and Tift Counties. That suspect is being held at the Colquitt County Jail for his involvement in the string of home invasions that left five dead early Friday morning.

The Colquitt County Sheriff's Office is not yet releasing the suspect's name because he has not been charged. Charges are expected to be filed Monday morning. At a community meeting, authorities said they would soon have good news for the community.

"We do want to let you know that good things are happening as this meeting is taking place, and hopefully some time in the next few hours some good information can be released," said Chief Jim Smith, Tifton Police Department.

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