A fight in Georgia ended with one man dead and another person facing a murder charge, police said.
On May 7, police in Warner Robins, Georgia, responded to a mobile home park for a dead man.
Investigators said 38-year-old Octavius Jackson was overheard on a phone arguing on with another person about a gun.
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The argument with the gun holder turned physical and the call was interrupted, according to police. When the caller went to check on Jackson, he was dead from a gunshot wound.
Police said they identified Braley Trayveon Hollis as the suspect, and he was arrested on May 10. Investigators did not say what led to the argument.
Hollis was charged with murder and aggravated assault in connection to the case.
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