Crime Man mistakenly released from jail now charged with murder

12:31  18 november  2019
12:31  18 november  2019 Source:   msn.com

Sheriff's deputy charged with murder after man shot, killed

  Sheriff's deputy charged with murder after man shot, killed A sheriff's deputy is in jail, charged with murder after a deadly shooting in Athens, authorities said. © Provided by CMG Corporate Services, LLC A sheriff's deputy is in jail, charged with murder??after a deadly shootin Channel 2's Darryn Moore is in Athens speaking with stunned neighbors, for updates on Channel 2 Action News at Noon.

A 28-year-old Florida man facing a first-degree murder charge was inadvertently allowed to walk free after a lesser homicide count was dismissed, leaving Broward County authorities scrambling to not only find him but also determine who should take the blame.

- A murder suspect was mistakenly released from a Broward County jail Thursday. Now the Broward Sheriff's Office is trying to get him back in custody. Vail's original charge was dismissed Thursday since it involved the same matter as the April charge , but Vail was released from jail that day, even

FREDERICKSBURG, Va. (AP) — A Virginia man mistakenly released from jail this summer while awaiting sentencing on charges in a 2018 home invasion has since been accused in a fatal shooting.

The Free Lance-Star reports 21-year-old Najuon D. Courtney is now charged with second-degree murder in an October slaying that happened while he was out of custody. Courtney was released from the Rappahannock Regional Jail after an apparent oversight traced back to a bond granted earlier in the home invasion case.

While out on bond, he was arrested on a firearm charge and ordered to serve three months in prison. His July 29 sentencing in the home invasion case was delayed, and he was released per the bond and expired firearms sentence. Prosecutors learned of Courtney’s release when missed his rescheduled September sentencing hearing.


Information from: The Free Lance-Star, http://www.fredericksburg.com/

College basketball player in Georgia charged with murder .
ATLANTA (AP) — A starting point guard for a Georgia university women’s basketball team is one of five people indicted on charges including murder in the July killing of a man who was found shot to death in the parking deck of an Atlanta apartment complex. Kennesaw State University’s Kamiyah Street, 20, turned herself in Thursday, according to Fulton County Sheriff’s Office spokeswoman Tracy Flanagan. The university’s athletic department said in a statement that once it found out about her arrest Thursday, Street was “suspended indefinitely” from all team and athletic activities.Street remained in the Fulton County jail Monday without bond.

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