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Suspects appear in court following Jibri Bryan murder

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Jarvis Clinton Miller, 24, was been released from Navicent Health and booked into Bibb County Jail on Saturday evening in the shooting death of Mercer Bears basketball player Jibri Bryan. He has been charged with felony murder and was denied bond on Monday.

He also made his first appearance in Bibb Magistrate Court on Monday. Bryan was shot in the head on Tues., Feb. 2, while sitting in his Chevrolet Monte Carlo.

Bryan was in the parking lot of Flash Floods, a convenience store, on the corner of Forysth and College streets when he was shot. His funeral will be at St. James Catholic Church in Savannah and is scheduled for 11 am Tuesday.

Miller was reportedly found by a Bibb Sheriff Deputy on Orange St. after the shooting. He was also shot in the incident — but at this time, it’s not clear who shot him.

According to the arrest warrant, he ran away after sustaining “multiple gunshot wounds.” He was also wearing clothing that was matching the description given by witnesses to the authorities.

The warrant also says that he was carrying a handgun away from the crime scene.

Damion Deray Henderson, 34, was also charged in the Bryan shooting. He made his first court appearance on Sat. Like Miller, he’s also been charged with felony murder.

Henderson is the one that authorities believe is the one that shot Bryan.

The arrest warrant also notes that he borrowed a car that he drove to the scene and away from it. He drove a 2012 Nissan Sentra, which he reportedly received an hour before the murder, and the car is owned by a Macon, Ga. woman.

“Henderson picked up co-defendant Jarvis Miller … minutes before the shooting,” the warrant said.


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