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Wanted man turns himself in after deadly shooting

HOMERVILLE, GA (WALB) -

A man wanted in the case of another man who was shot and killed inside a nightclub has turned himself in to authorities.

According to the Georgia Bureau of Investigation, Trevor Denard Posley, 22, turned himself in at the clinch county jail around noon Wednesday.

Officials said Clayton Rolland Cross, 22, the stepson of UGA star Lindsay Scott, was shot and killed inside a nightclub where he was the DJ, Saturday night.

The GBI said Cross was apparently not targeted, and another man, Dominique Ellis, 23, was hit by a bullet fragment. Ellis was not seriously hurt.

According to a report, Cross is from Homerville but was attending college in Atlanta, and was home for the weekend.

A mug shot of Posley was not immediately available from the GBI.

Two others, Dexter Jamal Freeney, 18, and Steven Maurice Monroe, 25, are already in jail in connection with the case.

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