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Arrest made in Albany triple murder

Ticorey Frazier (Source: Dougherty Co. Sheriff) Ticorey Frazier (Source: Dougherty Co. Sheriff)
ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

On Wednesday afternoon, the Albany Police Department issued a notice that an arrest had been made in a triple murder case that had been a mystery for many weeks.

APD said that Ticorey Frazier, 21, who was already in jail on a separate charge, has now been charged with three counts of murder in connection with the June 27th homicides on East Alberson Drive.

The victims, Demarquis Williams, Tyquis Smith, and Adrionna Holmes were found dead inside the home, from multiple gunshot wounds.

Frazier was picked up on June 28, and charged with Possession of a Firearm by a Convicted Felon.

APD said that tips helped develop Frazier as a suspect in the East Alberson homicides.

On June 28, police were called about a suspicious person in the 2200 block of South Madison street. They saw a man wearing camo clothing and an AR-15 type rifle on the ground at his feet,

Police told him to stop and show his hands, when he grabbed the rifle and took off running into some woods. Soon APD caught him, and he was missing a shoe.  It turned out to be Ticorey Frazier.

Officers searched the area, and found the mate to the shoe Frazier was wearing, and the rifle, which they took into evidence.

Frazier was on parole, and not allowed to have a gun, and police took him to jail, where he remains.

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