Ramer double-murder suspect released - WSFA.com Montgomery Alabama news.

Ramer double-murder suspect released

Derrick Marcel Jones (Courtesy: Montgomery Co. Sheriff's Dept.) Derrick Marcel Jones (Courtesy: Montgomery Co. Sheriff's Dept.)
Courtney Nobles was released from jail, though he is still considered a suspect in the case.(Courtesy: Montgomery Co. Sheriff's Dept.) Courtney Nobles was released from jail, though he is still considered a suspect in the case.(Courtesy: Montgomery Co. Sheriff's Dept.)

MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) -- Detectives say they've released a man who was being held on Capital Murder charges in the deaths of two Ramer men.

Investigators with the Montgomery County Sheriff's Department say they've freed 28-year-old Courtney Nobles because witness accounts have changed. Specifics were not released due to an ongoing investigation.

Authorities still believe Nobles played a role in the double murders. They just aren't sure to what extent. A Grand Jury will take up the case in the next several months.

Meanwhile, authorities are still actively searching for a second man in this case, Derrick Marcel Jones, 27. Jones is accused of shooting to death Mark Teague and Kenneth Ray Johnson during an argument over loud music Wednesday evening.

A third person was injured by flying glass during the shootings, which occured on Sugercane Road in the Ramer Community.

If you have any information about Jones' location, call the Secret Witness Line at 832-1200.

WSFA 12 News will continue to follow this story and bring you updates as they become available.

 

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