Suspect in custody in Thomson murder

McDUFFIE COUNTY, Ga. (WJBF)

***Updated: 9:40pm 12/22/16******

Officers from local, state and federal agencies have caught a suspect in a local murder case.
They converged on a mobile home in Dearing, GA Thursday evening. Their search started around 2:30 Thursday afternoon.
Officers used robotic cameras to search the home on Boyd Bradshaw Road. The camera spotted Lenny Moss in the final room they searched. He has been taken to the McDuffie County Jail. The McDuffie County Sheriff’s office says no shots were fired and Moss does not appear to be injured.
Moss is wanted in connection with the murder of  23-year-old Tyisha Davis. She was found shot to death Tuesday night at her home on Spruce Street in Thomson, GA. More details as they come in.

 

***Original Story****

A woman is dead and a suspect is wanted after a shooting in Thomson.

It happened on the 1000 block of Spruce Street around 8:50 pm on Tuesday.

The GBI says 25 year old Lenny Moss is the man responsible.

He’s currently on the run and considered armed and dangerous.

Investigators say Moss entered the home of 23 year old Tyisha Davis and then shot and killed her.

Witnesses at the scene tell NewsChannel 6 that the two may have been boyfriend and girlfriend and got into an argument.

Murder investigation on Spruce Street in Thomson
Murder investigation on Spruce Street in Thomson

Davis died at the scene.

Her body is being sent off to the GBI crime lab for an autopsy.

If you have any information on where Moss may be you’re asked to call 911.  As always you can remain anonymous.

The GBI and Thomson Police Department are conducting the investigation.

 

 

 

 

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