Weeks after a man was found dead and bound with duct tape in a Georgia home, police say they arrested three suspects.
On Oct. 12, the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office in Georgia announced the arrest of Elizabeth Allen, Marshall Fleming and Daniel Gillstrap in connection to the case.
All three were charged with felony murder, malice murder, aggravated assault, kidnapping with bodily injury and vehicle theft.
On Sept. 18, deputies responded to a possible homicide at a home. When authorities arrived, they found Stiles Stilley bound with duct tape, according to the sheriff’s office. Officials said he had been dead for a couple of days.
Investigators identified the three as suspects, and they were arrested in recent days.
Officials haven’t released many details in the case, such as a motive or the connection between the suspects and the victim.
According to an online obituary, Stilley was a carpenter who worked alongside his mother making art installations for fundraising events and exhibitions.
Family members said Stilley also had a goofy sense of humor and amusing antics.
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