Bobby Kicklighter Murder

1 Prison, 3 Murders, and 7 Arrests: Here’s What We Know 2 Years Later

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Indictment: Special Mgmt Unit Officer Helped Inmate Charged in Tattnall Murder for Hire

A corrections officer who worked in what is touted as one of the most secure and stringent GDC facilities in.

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Weekes Swaps Legal Counsel During Tuesday’s Death Penalty Notice Proceedings

A man charged with murder in Tattnall County announced Tuesday that he is switching legal counsel. The announcement came during.

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Prosecutors Intend to Seek the Death Penalty of 2 Parties in GDC Murder for Hire Case

Prosecutors announced Tuesday that they intend to seek the death penalty for two individuals charged in the botched murder for.

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Kicklighter Murder Case Inches Forward, 2nd Murder from Smith SP Contraband Scheme at Standstill

At least three individuals are dead by dint of an alleged criminal enterprise that state authorities say began behind the.

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Grand Jury Indicts 4 for Bobby Kicklighter Murder, Alleges RICO Violations and  Other Victims 

A lengthy indictment was returned Monday for the man charged in the botched murder-for-hire plot that targeted a corrections officer.

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The Death of Mr. Bobby Kicklighter: One Year Later

January 30, 2022 marks the one year anniversary’ of the death of 88-year-old Glennville native Mr. Bobby Carlton Kicklighter. Though.

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What Having Bond Set Means for Defendants in Kicklighter, Davis Murders

The recent setting of bond by Superior Court judges in both Tattnall and Wayne counties in two high profile and.

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Lacking Indictment Prompts Judge to Order Bond for 2 in Murder for Hire Case

Two of the co-defendants in the botched murder for hire case planned from inside a state prison appeared in Tattnall.

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GBI: Glennville Murder was Botched Murder for Hire Meant for GDC Corrections Officer

Christopher Reginald Sumlin, Aerial De Shay Murphy, and Keisha Janae Jones appeared in Tattnall County Superior Court before Judge Jay.

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