Finally Some Justice! Three Men Arrested for the Murder of Two Georgia Sisters Found Dead Under a Br
Three men have finally been arrested and charged in the May murders of two sisters in Georgia. The bodies of 19-year-old Vanita Nicole "Vera" Richardson, and 30-year-old Truvenia Clarece "Bean" Campbell were found on a dry area under the northbound bridge over the Etowah River near Grizzard Park.
Just days after the sisters were found, 28-year-old Desmond Lavonte Brown (pictured center) was arrested on a misdemeanor obstruction charge in connection to the death. Now, more men have been arrested in connection with the horrific deaths.
The Georgia Bureau of Investigations has arrested Christopher Pullen (left), 23, and has given additional charges to Desmond Brown and 36-year-old Devin Watts (right).
The sisters were last seen together on May 12 inside of Richardson's gold Toyota. A work crew discovered their bodies beneath the East Rome Bypass bridge near the bank of the Etowah River the following morning.
One of the workers reportedly told emergency dispatchers that "the women had plastic bags over their heads" and that their "clothing was in tatters".
Richardson, known to her loved ones by the nickname ‘Bug,’ was just days away from graduating high school. Her mother said she aspired to become a photographer.
Brown and Watts were arrested shortly after their bodies were found.
All three men have been charged equally with felony murder. In addition to the murder charges, Brown and Watts are also charged with two counts of malice murder and possession of a firearm.
All three have been charged with two counts of aggravated assault, aggravated battery, two counts of abandonment of a dead body, three counts of tampering with evidence, theft by taking and false statement and writings.
As of this moment, no motive for these senseless killings has been disclosed.