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Ga. arrests two more in connection with Tampa woman's killing

TAMPA — Authorities in Georgia made two more arrests this week in connection with the killing of a Tampa woman whose body was found there earlier this month.

The Telfair County Sheriff's Office arrested Jamey Jackson Conner, 33, and Amy Leigh Ann Clark, 26, on Wednesday in connection with the killing of Judy Larue Murrow, 63. Connor and Clark face charges of helping conceal the killing, according to the Sheriff's Office there.

Murrow was shot in the head, and her body was found July 4 in the Ocmulgee River in rural southeastern Georgia.

Joshua Lamar Helton, 25, of Plant City, earlier was charged with killing Murrow, a former neighbor.

Authorities have not disclosed any further details about the killing, or an explanation for why Murrow and Helton were in southeastern Georgia.

Ga. arrests two more in connection with Tampa woman's killing 07/18/13 [Last modified: Thursday, July 18, 2013 9:24pm]
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