The second man wanted in connection to a double murder in Macon County has been arrested after he was recently added to the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation’s “Most Wanted” list.
Keithandre Murray was taken into custody last week in Monroe, Louisiana, where he was with relatives.
Murray (DOB 10-31-94) was wanted by the Macon County Sheriff’s Department and the TBI in connection with a double homicide that occurred on February 11th in Hartsville. He is facing two charges of First Degree Murder in connection to the incident.
A second man, Rodney Garrett (DOB 3/5/1987) was previously arrested after an investigation by Special Agents with the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation for his role in the shooting that left two people dead.
Murray was wanted in connection to the the murders of Alisha Mondoni and James Turner, who were found shot inside a car along New Harmony Road outside of Hartsville earlier this month.
He now faces two charges of first-degree murder and is being held without bond.
Rodney Garrett was previously arrested in the case and is charged with two counts of premeditated first degree murder. He is being held without bond in the Macon County jail.
James Turner (DOB 8/28/1972) and Ashley Mondoni (DOB 2/19/1984) were both found in a vehicle at 5100 New Harmony Road in Macon County by a neighbor, who called 911.
During the course of the investigation, Agents developed information that led them to Garrett and Murray as the individuals responsible for the deaths of Turner and Mondoni.