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Update: Arrests made in Valdosta murder & arson

VALDOSTA, GA (WALB) -

Valdosta Police have just charged and arrested three men for the murder of Peirre Bradley, who was shot to death inside a Valdosta convenience store Sunday. Investigators have also arrested the arsonist who lit the building on fire.

25-year-old Clarence Casey is charged with malice murder for the death of Pierre Bradley. Radcliffe Eady was also arrested and charged multiple times including aggravated assault. Michael Green is also charged in connection with the murder.

And Travon Johnson is charged with arson for lighting the Troup Street convenience store on fire early this morning. Investigators say he did it in retaliation to the murder. Officials expect to make more arrests in both the murder and the arson. All four men are booked in the Lowndes County Jail.

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Cmdr. Brian Childress with Valdosta Police says they have just arrested & charged 25-year-old Clarence Andrew Casey with malice murder for the death of Pierre Bradley.

23-year- old Radcliffe Eady is charged with aggravated assault, tampering with evidence, and felon in possession of a handgun in connection with the case.

More later from WALB...

 

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