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2nd Holden Dr. murder suspect turns self in

Thomas Andrew Blount, 26 years old, Height 6’3 / Weight 185lbs.  (source: Richmond County Sheriff's Office) Thomas Andrew Blount, 26 years old, Height 6’3 / Weight 185lbs. (source: Richmond County Sheriff's Office)
Mark Neal Crawford, Jr., 25 years old, Height 6’1 / Weight 198lbs. (source: Richmond County Sheriff's Office) Mark Neal Crawford, Jr., 25 years old, Height 6’1 / Weight 198lbs. (source: Richmond County Sheriff's Office)
AUGUSTA, GA (WFXG) -

UPDATE: Mark Crawford, Jr., the second suspect in the murder of Brandon Mulgrave, turned himself into the Richmond County Sheriff's Office just before 9:00 a.m. Friday.

Both suspects are now in custody.


UPDATE: Thomas Andrew Blount turned himself into investigators shortly after 9:00 p.m. Thursday.

Mark Crawford, Jr., remains on the loose.


ORIGINAL STORY: Two men are wanted in connection with the shooting death of Brandon Mulgrave, the New York man who was found shot to death in an empty lot on Holden Drive on April 9.

Twenty-six-year-old Thomas Andrew Blount and twenty-five-year-old Mark Neal Crawford, Jr. both have outstanding warrants for Mulgrave's Murder.

Blount is 6'3" and around 185 lbs. He was last known to reside on the 1700 block of Cornell Drive, the 500 block of Richmond Hill Road West and the 2000 block of Shirley Avenue.

Crawford is 6'1" and around 198 lbs. His last known residence is on the 2300 block of Overlook Drive. He is also known to frequent the areas around Barbara Road and Thompson Road off Old Savannah Road and hotels along Gordon Highway.

If you have any information about these two suspects, please contact the Richmond County Sheriff's Office at 706-821-1020 or 706-821-1080.

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