Three more arrested in Walton County gang-related double homicide


Murder victims James Robert Evans and Jaymie Whitlock are shown in a photo from social media.

By Joe Johnson

Three more suspects have been charged with murder in connection with the shooting deaths of two people whose bodies were found on the side of a road last month in Walton County, the Georgia Bureau of Investigation announced Friday afternoon.

The first suspect, 19-year-old Tommy Charles Webb of Epps Bridge Parkway in Athens, was already in custody for a parole violation at the Clarke County Jail when served with a malice murder warrant on June 1, the GBI said. He was additionally charged with felony murder, being a party to the crime of murder, possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, possession of a firearm during the commission of a crime, and violating the Georgia Street Gang Terrorism Prevention Act.

The GBI on Friday disclosed that three other suspects had been charged in connection with the May 15 shooting deaths of James Robert Evans, 27, and Jaymine Whitlock, 32, both of whom were characterized by the GBI as transients who were staying in Monroe when they were killed.


Tommy Webb Jr.

Omar Marsh


Elicia Rivera

They were identified as Antavius Teazia Wilcox, 23, of Savannah, charged with two counts each of malice and felony murder, aggravated assault, being a party to the crime of murder, possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, possession of a firearm during the commission of as crime, and violating the  Georgia Street Gang Terrorism Prevention Act; Omar Marsh, 26, of Gainesville, charged with being a parry to the crime of murder, possession of a firearm during the commission of a crime, and violating the anti-gang statute; and Elicia Rivera, 36, of Gainesville, charged with being a party to the crime of murder.

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