Suspect In North Carolina Double Murder Case Captured In Broome County, Wanted For Dec. 14 Deaths

Wagswoofs – Authorities have successfully apprehended a teenager who was wanted for a double homicide in North Carolina. Thanks to a valuable tip, law enforcement was able to locate and arrest the suspect in Broome County.

On Friday, the Broome County Sheriff’s Office took action based on information collected by the U.S. Marshal’s Service Regional Fugitive Task Force. The information indicated that a 17-year-old male, who was wanted in connection with the deaths of two men in Mount Holly, North Carolina, was located in the Town of Union.

Following a valuable tip, investigators were able to secure a search warrant from a Broome County judge for a residence located at 122 Pierce Ave. in Union.

The search warrant was executed by the Southern Tier SWAT Team, which includes members from the Broome and Chenango County sheriff’s offices and the Endicott Police Department.

The authorities apprehended the fugitive, but his identity was not disclosed due to his age. He was arrested without any resistance.

According to the Mount Holly Police Department, the lead agency on the case, the suspect will be charged with first-degree murder in connection with the deaths of Jaylan Marray Jackson, 19, and Jayden Dae’shun Munson, also 19, both residents of Concord, North Carolina, which occurred on December 14th.

Mount Holly and Concord are two suburban areas located near Charlotte, which happens to be the most populous city in North Carolina.

The reason for the suspect’s presence in Broome County or any potential familial connections remains unknown. Due to the suspect being a minor, the Broome County Sheriff’s Office has decided not to disclose any additional details regarding the case.

The Mount Holly Police Department recognized the collaborative efforts of various agencies that were required to apprehend a fugitive who was hundreds of miles away from the crime scene.

Broome County Sheriff Fred Akshar also commended the efforts of the task force.

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