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Bond set for suspect in weekend Demopolis murder

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DEMOPOLIS, AL (WSFA) -

Bond is now set in the case of a Demopolis murder suspect accused of the weekend death of Lequinton Montrell Lomax.

 

Travis Doniel Wesley is being held on a bond of $1 million. He turned himself in to the Demopolis Police and the U.S. Marshal Service Gulf Coast Regional Fugitive Task Force Thursday, according to Demopolis Police Chief Tommie Reese.

Wesley was arrested without incident after Chief Reese said his family assisted with bringing him into custody.

Wesley was processed at DPD and then transported to the Marengo County Detention Center.

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