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Suspects Arrested One Week After Thanksgiving Day Murder

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Cory Hamilton, 28, Salisbury, MD Cory Hamilton, 28, Salisbury, MD
Brandon Early, 17, Baltimore, MD Brandon Early, 17, Baltimore, MD

PRINCESS ANNE, Md. - One week after Adrian Marshall was gunned down at his home in Princess Anne, two suspects have been arrested. Thursday morning, Cory Hamilton, 28, was taken into custody at his place of work in Salisbury. That same afternoon, 17-year-old Brandon Early was also arrested in connection to Marshall's homicide. He is being charged as an adult. Both men face the following charges: first degree murder, second degree murder and robbery.

State Police tell WMDT that the release of surveillance photos, showing a vehicle that appeared near Marshall's home shortly before his death.

Right around 1:00 AM Thanksgiving morning, troopers responded to a residence on the 11000 block of Greenwood School Road, where the 35-year-old was found deceased in the kitchen. An autopsy determined that Marshall died from multiple gunshot wounds, ruled homicide.

This investigation is still ongoing. Witnesses are still being interviewed and authorities are asking anyone with information about this case to call Crime Solvers at 410-548-1776. Callers will remain anonymous.

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