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UPDATE: Sixth Suspect Arrested In Crisfield Murder

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Deandre Harmon, 19, of Crisfield Deandre Harmon, 19, of Crisfield

CRISFILED, Md. - A sixth suspect has been arrested in connection with an October 19th Crisfield homicide. Crisfield Police arrested Deandre Harmon, 19, of Crisfield, and charged him with the murder of Thomas Lane Edwards in the Crisfield Housing Authority.

Harmon is charged with 1st and 2nd degree murder, 1st and 2nd degree assault, reckless endangerment, handgun use in a felony, and handgun on a person. He is being held with no bail.

The investigation into this homicide is still on-going, and Police tell WMDT that they have released the first suspect, Terry White, who was jailed for the crime. Police say they cant go into details as to why he was let go, or if he will be charged in the future.

Curtis Corbin Jr., 25, of Salisbury, Barry Bourkel Jr., 19, of Crisfield, and David Anderson Jr., 27, of Crisfield, were arrested in relation to this case, in late October. Elijah "Pooter" Gerald, 18, of Crisfield, was also arrested in November on similar charges.

However, they do tell us they're still looking for more suspects. If you have information call Crisfield police at 410-968-1323.

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