BRUNSWICK, Ga. (WSAV) – Two Glynn County teens have been charged in the murder of a 35-year-old man.
Glynn County Police on Tuesday morning found Antonio Randolph dead from a gunshot wound in the yard of 3605 Emanuel Avenue.
According to the department, on Wednesday Ethan and Everett Bennett, 17 and 18 years of age, were arrested on unrelated charges. They have since each been charged with one count of murder.
There was initially some question as to whether a report of shots fired made in the area that night was related to Randolph’s death. Police now say it is believed that’s when he was killed.
The Bennetts are both suspected gang members, according to Glynn County Police. Investigators expect additional charges against them and possibly others.
“It is because of the dedication of the Glynn County Police investigators, who have worked almost non-stop, that this case was solved as quickly as it was,” said Police Chief John Powell in a statement.
Anyone with information on the incident is still urged to come forward. Call the Glynn County Police Investigations Division at 912-554-7802 or the Silent Witness line at 912-264-1333.
Original story, posted July 23:
BRUNSWICK, Ga. (WSAV) – An investigation is underway in Glynn County after a man was found dead in the Arco community on Tuesday morning, police say.
According to the Glynn County Police Department, around 8:30 a.m. officers responded to a report of a person shot on 3600 block of Emanuel Avenue.
Upon arrival, they found Antonio Randolph, 35, of Glynn County, “lying in the yard deceased.” Police said he had been shot at least one time.
According to Glynn County Police, a shots fired call was made in that area during the night. Investigators are working to determine if Randolph’s death is connected.
The department is offering a $1,000 reward for information leading to an arrest and conviction in Randolph’s murder.
Anyone with information relevant to the case is urged to call the Glynn-Brunswick 911 Center at 912-554-3645, the Investigations Division at 912-554-7802 or the Silent Witness line at 912-264-1333.