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Arrest in Red Bank Murder Case

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Published on Aug 13, 2012

by John Pless One accused murderer is captured while a second remains on the lam Friday night. Red Bank investigators said the men robbed and killed Tennessee State Representative Gerald McCormick's father-in-law.Detectives have captured Segmund Jermaine Boyd, who's now charged with felony murder and especially aggravated robbery. He's accused of killing 65-year-old Winston Gant, owner of Gant Wrecker Service. Gant's daughter has been married to Rep. McCormick for 25 years."He loved his family and he liked to work a lot, he worked long hours and certainly after the cell phone was invented he became a 24-hour-a-day worker," Rep. McCormick said.Rep. McCormick's father-in-law was thick skinned since illegally parked cars he towed often brought angry owners to the property. We showed a neighbor a picture of Gant's accused killer."I've seen him over there before," William Ledford said. "What we understand is they pulled a white Suburban in there and the whole time they were pulling it in they were cussing Winston."Gant died August 1, four days after being shot. Police said he and employee Chrystal Williams were robbed during the July 28 attack attack."Saturday I picked up half his wallet and stuff with information in it down here on the side of the road right here over the hill," Ledford explained "So I took my shirt off and picked it all up to keep from getting my fingerprints on the objects."Rep. McCormick described his father-in-law as a man who helped people down on their luck get back on their feet. A life-long resident of the area, Gant graduated from the former Kirkman Technical School and started several businesses over the years."I just talked to my wife and she's not so much glad that they've caught one of the potential people who may have done this but is saddened by the fact that any of this is necessary because it was a senseless loss of life," Rep. McCormick said.Police are not saying whether this was a random crime or if it was planned.Police are still looking for the second suspect, Adrian Landon Gustus, who has a lengthy criminal history. He is now listed on the T.B.I. and Hamilton County 10 Most Wanted Fugitives list. If you know where he is call Red Bank Police right away. There is a ,000 reward being offered.

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