The beau of a Georgia of a lady who was discovered dead on Tuesday has been captured regarding her demise.
Starting late Tuesday, DeMarcus Little, 23, was in guardianship and named an individual of enthusiasm for Anitra Gunn’s demise. Gunn, 23, a Fort Valley State University understudy, was discovered dead in Crawford County, close to the Peach-Crawford County line, following a three-day search.
Revealed missing on Saturday, Gunn was most recently seen Friday morning at her sweetheart’s auntie’s home, which is situated on Chestnut Hill Road in Fort Valley.
The next day, her Chevy Cruze was purportedly found with its guard missing a square from her Fort Valley condo on Belle Street.
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution detailed that law implementation recouped the missing guard on a two-path street in Crawford County. Close to it was Gunn’s body, incompletely secured by sticks.
While specialists have not uncovered an intention, WMAZ detailed that Little was captured on February 5 for breaking the windows of Gunn’s condo and slicing her tires.
Little was accused of criminal harm to property. He hasn’t been accused in the association with his better half’s demise.