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    Rodney Lowery has been held without bond since the August 2012 murder of two Macon men. He was granted a $125,000 bond Sept. 24 in a Bibb County Superior Court hearing. A prosecutor said money lost to one of the slain men may have been a motive for the "gruesome" killing.

Rodney Lowery has been held without bond since the August 2012 murder of two Macon men. He was granted a $125,000 bond Sept. 24 in a Bibb County Superior Court hearing. A prosecutor said money lost to one of the slain men may have been a motive for the "gruesome" killing. AMY LEIGH WOMACK awomack@macon.com
Rodney Lowery has been held without bond since the August 2012 murder of two Macon men. He was granted a $125,000 bond Sept. 24 in a Bibb County Superior Court hearing. A prosecutor said money lost to one of the slain men may have been a motive for the "gruesome" killing. AMY LEIGH WOMACK awomack@macon.com

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