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Quadruple Homicide suspect caught in Crisp Co.

CORDELE, GA (WALB) -

A man who was driving through Crisp County at 95MPH turns out to be a wanted criminal suspect in Florida.

Nicholas Gooden of Lauderdale Lakes, Florida is wanted by Immigrations and Customs, and is connected to a Jamaica investigation of four homicides, and three Florida shooting incidents.    

The Crisp County Sheriff's Office issued this release with more information-

According to Capt. Brian Hobbs, Deputy Bo Duckworth stopped a 4 door, silver 2010 Toyota for speeding, 95 mph in a 70 speed limit zone. When talking with the offender he gave a name and social security number that were conflicting.

He was transported to the Detention Center where he was fingerprinted on the Live Scan device that determined his identity. Identification was confirmed as 23 year old Nicholas Gooden of 2545 49th Ave, Lauderdale Lakes, Florida.

Deputy Duckworth ran the offender through the Georgia Crime Information Center and he came back wanted out of Florida for Immigrations and Customs. Gooden is wanted in correlation to a quadruple homicide in Jamaica and 3 shootings which occurred in Florida.

Gooden was transported to a federal court hearing Thursday.

 

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