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The Tift county Sheriff's office is renewing its effort to locate Adrian Golson. The Sheriff's office says Golson is a suspect involved in the murder of Arlester Jackson, Jr. In Ty Ty, Georgia, and may be close by.

On Saturday October 27, 2012, Adrian Golson shot and killed Arlester Jackson, Jr.

Investigators believe that Golson may have fled to Macon and/or Atlanta, Georgia shortly after the murder. Recently, however, Golson has allegedly been spotted in the Ty Ty area.

The majority of Golson's family lives in Ty Ty, and it has been relayed that Golson has said that he is not going back to jail without a fight. Golson should be considered armed and dangerous**

Golson is also known as Derrik Howard: height: 5'9" as of booking photo weight: 175 as of booking photo hair: black eyes: brown 32 years of age

Questions should be directed to special agent matt Marchant with the GBI region 15 office at 229-777-2080 or via email at robert.marchant@gbi.ga.gov or investigators Adam tanner and Lt. Chad Davis with the Tift county sheriff's office at (229)388-6021.

Email adam.tanner@tiftcounty.org or chad.davis@tiftcounty.org