Murder of Arrested Woman’s Ex-Husband
In a story on March 13, 2009, that Rhonda Sosebee Young, 43 was apprehended in Gordon County and charged with the murder of her husband. Young’s husband Stephen Young, was found lifeless in his own home. According to Howard Ensley, Sheriff, detectives say Rhonda Young had traveled extensively across the country including Missouri, Utah, and Tennessee, just within the last couple of weeks.
Upon finding out that the cops were hot on her trail, Rhonda Young jumped in her vehicle and tried to escape, but local, state, and federal officers were faster and got there in time to block her car resulting in her arrest for the homicide in Georgia. Ensley stated that Rhonda Young received treatment for a gunshot injury received before her arrest. Bond was denied and she is being held at Murray County Jail.
Homicide is a situation in which one person kills another person. If you have been arrested for or charged with homicide in Georgia you may be facing very serious consequences and should hire an aggressive and experienced Georgia criminal defense lawyer from Conaway & Strickler, P.C. right away. There is a lot at stake, and depending upon your situation, you may be facing a life sentence.
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