MERIWETHER CO., Ga. – Meriwether County sheriff’s have made additional arrests in the Kenneth Spice Murder Investigation.
Sheriff Smith says, “Once we gathered enough evidence through our investigation we were able to obtain arrest warrants for the other suspects in this matter. We have charged three other individuals in the case, two of which were involved in Spice’s murder and one that tampered with evidence related to the case.”
The three arrested and charged are Keyon Derrell Marshall, 22, charged with offense of Tampering with Evidence; Alex Ezekiel Everett, 20, charged with the offenses of Malice Murder, Armed Robbery, Tampering with Evidence and Concealing the Death of Another; Dionte Quartez Favors, 22, charged with Malice Murder and Concealing the Death of Another. All three are from Greenville, Georgia.
All defendants except Marshall are being held without bond on the charges stated above. Marshall’s bond has been set at $20,000.