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Former West Alabama DB Desmond Brown is a possible suspect in connection to a double murder

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Former West Alabama safety Desmond Brown has been arrested in connection to a double homicide in Georgia.

Desmond Brown was a very solid safety that received a scholarship from Clemson University out of high school. He only played at Clemson for a half a season after Dabo Swinney dismissed him from the program for a violation of team rules.

Brown would end up finishing up his career at West Alabama, and now the former small schooler is facing a double murder charge of two females.

The Georgia Bureau of Investigation on Wednesday confirmed the charges filed against 28-year-old Desmond Brown and 26-year-old Devin Watts stem from an investigation into the murders of 19-year-old Vanita Richardson and her 30-year-old stepsister, Truvenia Campbell.

According to WSB-TV, the females bodies were discovered under the Etowah Bridge on May 13. Emergency 911 calls from the people who found them said they had bags over their heads at the time and that their clothing was tattered

According to multiple reports, the former football standout was arrested by GBI agents on Monday on one count of obstruction of a police officer.

Two suspects have been arrested in connection to the murders, according to the reports.

Please pray for the families of Vanita Richardson, 19, and Clarice Campbell, 30. May you both rest in peace.

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