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07/15/02

Murder Suspects in Custody

Two brothers, accused of killing another set of brothers on Friday, are in a Liberty County jail.

Twenty-five-year-old Raymond Napper II and 21-year-old Michael Napper were arrested in Statesboro Friday evening and charged with two counts of murder in connection with the shooting deaths of 17-year-old Wayne Carwise and his brother, 21-year-old Demetris Gray.

The brothers were found shot to death around 10am Friday morning at a duplex the Nappers shared on the 100 block of Cherokee Circle in Hinesville. The Napper brothers are sons of a preacher at Powerhouse of Deliverance Church. Some of the victims' family members say the killings may have been drug related.

Reported by: Steven Shoob

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