UPDATE: 2 people in custody in Talladega murder case
TALLADEGA, Ala. (WBRC) - UPDATE: A man has turned himself into Talladega Police in a murder investigation, according to TPD.
Talladega Police said at approximately 5:00 p.m. on Monday, May 9, 2022, Shun’Tavis De’Quantae Twyman came to the Talladega Police Department and turned himself in. Officers confirmed Twyman was charged with Capital Murder in the Spencer Reeves murder case and is currently being held without bond at the Talladega County Jail.
Talladega Police Chief Diane Thomas said 25-year-old Spencer Reeves, Jr. was shot and killed Saturday.
A second person was previously arrested and charged with Capital Murder in the case, according to authorities with the City of Talladega Police Department.
Officers said three warrants were issued in the case.
Officers said 19-year-old Keontae Threatt is in the Talladega County Jail charged with capital murder.
On May 3, 2022, Tara Calhoun turned herself in to Talladega Police Investigators, and was arrested in the case on a warrant issued by the Talladega County District Attorney’s Office for Hindering Prosecution 1st, according to Talladega Police.
If you have any information call Talladega Police at (256) 362-4162.
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