CALHOUN COUNTY, Ala. (WIAT) — UPDATE 8/4 11:11 AM: According to Sheriff Wade, one of the suspects and the person of interest have been captured.
U.S. Marshalls arrested Jeffrey Jamall Briskey and Sicondria Michala Carter in Virginia around 9:30 p.m. Thursday night. Police are still searching for 25-year-old Rhimington Johnson.
Sheriff Wade says the $6,000 reward is still on the table for information leading to Johnson’s whereabouts.
UPDATE 8/3 11:57 AM: According to Sheriff Wade, Governor Kay Ivey has issued a $5,000 reward for the arrest and conviction of the suspects in this case. This amount, combined with the CrimeStoppers reward of $1,000, puts the total award amount at $6,000.
If you have any information, you can leave an anonymous tip through Calhoun County Crime Stoppers at 256-238-1414.
Calhoun County Sheriff Matthew Wade identified two suspects and one person of interest in the Sunday double murder of a grandfather and grandson in a Thursday press conference.
Wade told CBS42 News that law enforcement officials had issued warrants for Jeffrey Briskey, 32, and Rhimington Johnson, 25, on charges of double murder. Sicondria Carter, 26, is being sought as a person of interest in the case. All three people are Anniston residents.
The Calhoun County Sheriff’s Office believes that the late grandson in the case, Joshua Moody, knew one or more of the people that they are looking for in this case.
“They have committed a heinous double murder in our County. This is the first homicide in rural Calhoun County, in our jurisdiction that we’ve had this year. We take them all very seriously. I’ve been in constant contact with the family. These are real people. These are real lives and they really matter,” Wade said.
A combination of the three individuals is believed to be traveling in a Gold 2002 Dodge Stratus with a tag number of 11G57866. Anyone with any information is asked to call (256) 237-4731.
Wade said Calhoun County Crime Stoppers is offering a reward up to $1000 for information leading to the arrest of the suspects. You can leave a tip anonymously with Crime Stoppers by calling (256)-238-1414.