Second Suspect Apprehended in Greenville Murder Case

The Greenville Police Department has made significant progress in the investigation of a murder that occurred on April 17, with the arrest of a second suspect. Jah’Quore Connor, hailing from Farmville, was apprehended in Marietta, Ga., after a standoff early Wednesday morning. This development marks a crucial step forward in the pursuit of justice for the victim, Jahsijah Jahson, 23, who tragically lost his life to gun violence.

The coordinated effort to apprehend Connor involved multiple law enforcement agencies, including the Greenville Police Department Violent Criminal Apprehension Team, the North Carolina State Bureau of Investigation, as well as the Marietta Police Department and Cobb County Police Department. Their collaborative approach underscores the commitment to apprehending individuals responsible for violent crimes and ensuring they face the full extent of the law.

This arrest follows the earlier apprehension of Zy’quan Malik Johnson, who was taken into custody on April 17 and charged with the murder of Jahson. The incident, which occurred on April 15, initially prompted police response to a report of shots fired in the vicinity of West Third Street and White Street. Upon arrival at the scene, officers discovered Jahson with a gunshot wound in the 1000 block of West Third Street. Despite efforts to save him, Jahson succumbed to his injuries, prompting an intensive investigation by the Greenville Police Department.

The swift and collaborative efforts of law enforcement have been instrumental in bringing closure to this tragic case, providing solace to the victim’s loved ones and the community at large. As the legal proceedings unfold, the pursuit of justice remains paramount, ensuring accountability for those involved in perpetrating such heinous acts of violence.

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The arrest of Jah’Quore Connor represents a significant milestone in the ongoing investigation, signaling a resolute stance against crime and a commitment to upholding the safety and security of Greenville and its residents.

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