On Aug. 6, 2015, police found Anthony Costner, 24, and his 22-year-old wife, Catherine, fatally shot in their car. The couple's 3-year-old daughter was also in the vehicle, but unharmed.
Raymond Ladell Webb is the 3rd suspect arrested in the crime.
The murder was committed in Powder Springs, Ga.
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A man who allegedly set up the drug deal that led to a double homicide, then drove the suspected gunman to the hospital is the third suspect arrested in the Powder Springs deaths of a young couple.
Raymond Ladell Webb was arrested Sunday night and charged with concealing a death, hindering the apprehension of a criminal and a felony drug charge, Cobb County jail records showed.
According to police, Webb used his cellphone to set up a meeting so roxycodone could be sold, his arrest warrant states. It was during that alleged drug transaction that Anthony Costner, 24, and his 22-year-old wife, Catherine, were shot and killed, according to police.
Third arrest in killing of Cobb couple shot in front of 3-year-old photo
Raymond Ladell Webb
“The accused further concealed his involvement by transporting the suspect in the death of the victims to a hospital far away from the incident location whom had sustained a gunshot wound and left him at the hospital without notifying law enforcement,” Webb’s arrest warrant states.
Shortly before 2 a.m. Aug. 6, Powder Springs police responded to what they thought was a single-vehicle accident along Parks Drive near Sharon Drive. Instead, when officers found the red 2000 Pontiac Grand Am backed into a ditch, they found Anthony Coster dead from multiple gunshot wounds, his wife shot, and the couple’s 3-year-old daughter, who was unharmed. Catherine Costner died after being taken to a hospital.
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