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Pinellas deputies arrest two men in murder of woman, 21

The men went to Adisyn Mudd’s home to rob her, the Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office said.
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Published Oct. 1
Updated Oct. 1

LARGO — Pinellas deputies arrested two men in the March death of a 21-year-old woman.

According to the Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office, Ray Alton Oliver and Corinthian Thompson, both 35, shot and killed Adisyn Mudd during a robbery March 28 at a mobile home park near Largo. They face charges of first-degree murder and armed robbery.

Oliver and Thompson went to Mudd’s home in the Orange Lake Mobile Home Park at 12344 Seminole Blvd. to rob her, according to detectives. At some point during the robbery, she was killed. Deputies responded that morning and found her dead from what appeared to be a gunshot wound.

Corinthian Thompson, shown in a jail booking photo from a previous arrest this month.
Corinthian Thompson, shown in a jail booking photo from a previous arrest this month. [ Pinellas County jail ]
Ray Alton Oliver, shown in a jail booking photo from April
Ray Alton Oliver, shown in a jail booking photo from April [ Pinellas County jail ]

Oliver was already in the Pinellas County jail on cocaine sale and possession charges, as well as charges of failing to register as a career criminal and possession of eutylone, a synthetic stimulant, according to jail and court records. He pleaded guilty to the charges this month and was sentenced to more than two years in prison. Detectives arrested Thompson on Friday at 3624 Sixth Ave. S in St. Petersburg, the Sheriff’s Office said.

The men were both being held at the county jail Friday, according to the agency.