ALBANY, GA (WALB) - An Albany man charged in the brutal murder of a Lee County woman will remain in jail for now. Thursday, a judge denied bond for 21-year-old Craig Johnson.
He's charged in the murder of 23-year-old Nicole Judge.
In February, deputies discovered Judge's body inside a duplex at 101-A Winding Way. Investigators say she was stabbed repeatedly with a knife.
Her two-year-old daughter was inside the duplex at the time of the murder and when deputies arrived the next day.
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