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Bond denied for Decatur Co. facing murder charges

Demarquis Glenn will get no bond for the murder charge in the death of 22 year-old Quenteria Knight. (Source: Decatur County Sheriff's Office) Demarquis Glenn will get no bond for the murder charge in the death of 22 year-old Quenteria Knight. (Source: Decatur County Sheriff's Office)
Joe Moulholland, DA for the South Georgia Judicial district. (Source: WALB) Joe Moulholland, DA for the South Georgia Judicial district. (Source: WALB)
DECATUR CO., GA (WALB) -

New details on a Decatur County man accused of gunning down a woman in April.

Demarquis Glenn will get no bond for the murder charge in the death of 22 year-old Quenteria Knight.

Police said the two worked together at Elberta crate and box company.

Evidence also shows that Glenn is a person of interest in the 20-15 murder of Marcus Bell, who was gunned down at a Bainbridge apartment. 

"There was some evidence found in this case that we believe may be linked to some other matters that we had that were outstanding in Decatur County. So those have been submitted to the crime lab for testing and obviously we're just awaiting the results before we make any determinations of what we're gonna do in those cases," said Joe Mullholland, DA for the South Georgia Judicial district.

Glenn is scheduled for a pretrial this fall.

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