Anthony Joseph Costner, 24, and Catherine Amanda Costner, 22 were found shot to death in their Pontiac Grand Am.
Anthony Costner was shot multiple times. His wife was shot at least once and died after being transported to a local hospital.
Arrested for the murder are Demarco Thomas, 22, and Roy Hicks, 39.
The crime occurred August 6, 2015 in Powder Spirngs, Ga.
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Police have made a second arrest in the deaths of a Lithia Springs couple shot to death in front of their three year old daughter.
Police arrested Demarco Thomas, 22, on multiple charges including violation of the Georgia Controlled Substances Act and concealing the death of another after the shooting deaths of Anthony Joseph Costner, 24, and Catherine Amanda Costner, 22.
The two were found shot in a Pontiac Grand Am on Aug. 6 in the area of Parks and Sharon drives in Powder Springs, about six miles from their home in Lithia Springs. Anthony Costner was shot multiple times and pronounced dead at the scene and Catherine was shot at least once and transported to a hospital where she died.
After Thomas was taken into custody, Powder Springs Police Chief John Robison released the name of the first person arrested, Roy Hicks, 39, of Smyrna, Ga. Hicks was arrested two days after the shooting. Police suspect that Hicks is the one who shot and killed the couple. Chief Robision said that Hicks is recovering from a gunshot wound which is believed to have occurred during the shooting of the couple. Robison would not discuss any details about how HIcks was shot, or who shot him.
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