Theio Manley is accused of storming into a home and shooting Yancey Edwards, 32. Another man was shot in the home invasion, but survived. Two dogs were also shot to death.
Manley is the third of three suspects arrested for the crime that occurred May 4, 2015. His arrest was reported May 12, 2015.
• Manley had earlier been arrested for firing a gun in an apartment complex. Had he been in jail for that offense, Edwards would still be alive. Unfortunately, black privilege mandates that village-raised black thugs be allowed to commit crimes with impunity.
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New Hanover County Sheriff’s deputies say they’ve arrested the third suspect wanted for a recent murder.
Theio Manley was wanted for the murder of Yancey Edwards May 4 in Ogden, according to NHSO spokesman Lt. Jerry Brewer. He’s now facing a murder charge. Two other suspects have already been charged in the case.
Deputies blocked off part of Peachtree Avenue earlier today to search for Manley, with the help of WPD, K9s and the SABLE helicopter. That area was reopened just after 1:00 p.m. Just after 2:30 p.m., Brewer said Manley was located and arrested in the area after trying to jump a fence in the residential area.
“The deputies are highly trained the detectives know what they are doing,” Brewer said. “They know what to look for, and where to look for it. Utilizing all your tools such as Sable and K-9. Being able to utilize all that together is why we were able to apprehend him.”
Burgaw Police charged Manley in March with gun charges in connection to a shooting at an apartment complex.
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