3 men indicted in killing of Warner Robins man

jmink@macon.comOctober 24, 2012 

PERRY -- Three Warner Robins men were indicted Tuesday on charges in connection to the Aug. 2 shooting death of a man at his Crestwood Terrace residence.

Tyrone Lamark Davis, 23, Bobby Jermel Releford, 23, and Marte Vesean Polk, 18, were charged with the murder of 38-year-old Keith Moses, who was shot in the abdomen and died the next day at The Medical Center of Central Georgia.

Moses was shot with a pistol, according to the indictment released Wednesday. Two different types of shell casings were recovered at the scene.

In addition to murder, the three men were charged with felony murder, aggravated assault and possession of a firearm during a crime.

A police spokeswoman previously said detectives believe the shooting was a drug-related armed robbery. After Moses was shot inside his home, he ran to a neighbor’s house and banged on the door before collapsing, police said.

Immediately after the shooting, police asked residents to look for four black men who were seen leaving Moses’ residence in a white four-door car.

Police initially arrested Davis and Releford, with Davis’ arrest coming from a CrimeStoppers tip.

Information from The Telegraph’s archives was used in this report. To contact writer Jenna Mink, call 256-9751.

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