Marcus D. Hoskins, 45, faces multiple charges in the death of his new wife, Hurley Danielle Thompson Hoskins. He is charged with felony murder, kidnapping, false imprisonment, possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, possession of a firearm during the commission of a crime, theft by conversion and commission of a crime by a convicted felon. He called the Jones County Sheriffs Office early Jan. 31 to confess to killing his wife, said Twiggs County Sheriff Darren Mitchum. Her body was left overnight at the Bond Swamp National Wildlife Refuge off Ocmulgee East Boulevard, just over the Bibb County line. Hoskins held the 37-year-old at gunpoint and made her walk about 50 yards into the woods where he shot her about five or six times, Mitchum said. He led deputies to her remains Thursday morning near the Longleaf Pine Trail, which is not far off Ga. 129, that is also known as the Cochran Short Route.