Update: Wiseman, wanted for murder, in custody

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The Murray County Sheriffs Office is pleased to announce that BRANDON NEIL WISEMAN (pictured below) has been taken into custody tonight in Scott County Tennessee. I would personally like to thank all local, state, and federal agencies that assisted in his apprehension.

Jimmy Davenport
Sheriff of Murray County

Original post below:
The Murray County Sheriffs Office is seeking help in locating BRANDON NEIL WISEMAN (pictured below).
Brandon Neil Wiseman, DOB: 03-27-1986, a white male, 5’10, 177lbs with the sandy blonde hair and brown eyes is wanted for MURDER stemming from a shooting altercation in Murray County on Fullers Chaple Road earlier this morning. Brandon Wiseman was last seen with facial hair, wearing blue jeans, green t-shirt, work boots and a blue / white ball cap.
Brandon Neil Wiseman left the incident location on foot and is considered armed and dangerous. If you have any information regarding the location or whereabouts of Wiseman please call 911 immediately! This investigation is active and ongoing

Bail denied on two arrested for murder in Murray County

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Bail was denied on two people arrested in the murder of a Chatsworth man.Justin Payton Hooker of Dalton and Nadya Catherine Swartz of Chatsworth are currently being held at the Murray County jail. Both are charged with the murder of Kenneth Bunn of Chatsworth.

Bunn’s body was found by police on Carlton Petty Road at the Conasauga River Bridge on Monday. Detectives said he was identified through pictures, clothing, tattoos and other information, according to a press release.

bail denied

Bail has been denied for two suspects charged with murder in the death of Kenneth Bunn.

The two were arrested and booked into the Murray County Jail on Thursday, March 19 around 7 p.m.

The release also thanked the Chatsworth Police Department, the Dalton Police Department and the Rome Police department for their assistance in the case.

Continue to check back for updates.

For previous news on this case, click here.

GBI Seeks Public’s Assistance in 2011 Toccoa Murder Investigation

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Toccoa, GA (March 5, 2020) – This month marks the nine year anniversary of the murder of
Robert Lee Simmons, Jr. The GBI is seeking the public’s assistance with any information about
Simmons’ last days and his murder. Simmons, 46, was found dead at his home at the Glendale
Apartments on Norman Drive on March 1, 2011 by a family member. The Toccoa Police
Department responded to the scene after receiving a 911 call. Simmons’ death was determined to
be a homicide.

This case has remained active for the past nine years and both the GBI and Toccoa Police
Department continue to work to solve this case. Recently, investigators have received new
promising leads in this investigation and are asking for help from those who knew Simmons.
Even the smallest detail may help police with this investigation.
Both law enforcement and Robert Simmons’ family and friends implore anyone with information
to contact the GBI or Toccoa Police Department. GBI Special Agent Shilo Crane is the case
agent and may be reached at 706-348-4866. Tips can also be made on the GBI Tipline at 800-
597-8477 or online submissions may be made on the GBI website: www.gbi.georgia.gov. The
Toccoa Police Department may be contacted at 706-282-3244.

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