Murder suspect brought back to Macon


Murray, Garrett both lodged in the Macon County jail

Keithandre Murray


Both men charged in a double murder on Feb. 11 near Hartsville last month are now incarcerated in Macon County.

Keithandre Murray, one of two men indicted for the crime, was extradited on Wednesday, March 1, from Monroe, Louisiana, where he was arrested.

Murray was originally arrested on Feb. 22 in Louisiana after he was added to the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation’s “Most Wanted” list following the murder.

The Macon County Sheriff’s Department went to Louisiana and brought Murray back to Lafayette.

He joins Rodney Garrett in the Macon County jail after he 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. Both Murray and Garrett are listed as being from Antioch, Tenn.

Garret and Murray have been indicted in the killing of Alisha Mondoni and James Turner, who were found shot inside a car along New Harmony Road outside of Hartsville.

A neighbor found the victims and 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.

Keithandre Murray
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Murray, Garrett both lodged in the Macon County jail
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