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January 21, 2008

Nashville - A Tifton man is charged with the November shooting death of an Adel man.

24 year-old Mealo Alford is charged with the murder of 22 year-old Roland Bryant the third.

Both were shot outside the Blue Flame Nightclub in Berrien County last November.

Bryant died from his injuries later that day.

Nashville police say the arrest wraps up a two month joint investigation with the G-B-I and law enforcers from Tift, Berrien and Coffee Counties.

They say enough evidence was gathered from witnesses and the scene to charge Alford with the crime.

 

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