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Damion Henderson, second suspect, arrested in Jibri Bryan’s death

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A second suspect was arrested and charges in the murder of former Mercer Bears basketball player Jibri Bryan. Damion Deray Henderson, 34, was charged with felony murder in the 23-year-old’s death.

Henderson is the one that the authorities believe is the one that shot Bryan. He was shot at a Macon convenience store on Tues.

Jarvis Clinton Miller, 24, was also arrested on Wed. He’s also charged with felony murder.

After Miller’s arrest, the authorities said that they were looking for a second suspect. However, they would not say the individual’s name.

Yet, according to reports, they believe the hit was Henderson’s from the get-go. According to the Macon Telegraph, his nickname was circulating immediately.

According to the Bibb County Sheriff’s Office, they’re working with the U.S. Marshall’s to catch the suspect. They also said, [we’ve] worked relentlessly around the clock on this case since the day of the homicide.”

Henderson was found by authorities at an apartment complex in Decatur, Ga. He was arrested on Friday at approximately 6:30 pm.

At first, he ran out the back door when he saw the authorities. The Marshals entered the apartment, but was caught a short time later.

He is currently in Bibb County Jail with no bond.

Bryan was set to earn his graduate MBA. He was also a guard on the Bears team the past several seasons — and even gave up his scholarship to give it to his teammates.

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