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Authorities ID 3rd suspect arrested in Gammage murder case

Authorities have released the name of the third suspect arrested in the Ronnie Gammage murder case.

According to Upshur County D.A. Billy Byrd, 21-year-old, Andrew Conrad Norwine was arrested at midnight at Fort Polk in Louisiana by Military Police. He was AWOL from the army.

He has been charged with capital murder and is being held at Leesville, Louisiana on a $1 million bond.

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