911 call sheds light on moments after Colquitt Co. fire, murders (AUDIO)

| May 24, 2016

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MOULTRIE – Recently released 911 calls reveal the moments after an alleged murder and arson that occurred in Colquitt County last week.

The Georgia Bureau of Investigation says that Jeffrey Peacock, 25, allegedly shot the five victims. Investigators accuse Peacock of setting fire to the house to conceal the murders.

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The bodies found at the scene were those of 21-year-old Jonathon Edwards, 20-year-old Alicia Norman, 21-year-old Reid Williams, 21-year-old Jones Pidcock, and 22-year-old Jordan Croft.

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Three dogs were also found dead at the home.

Peacock is charged with five counts of murder and one count of arson. He has been the only person charged in the case, and remains in the Colquitt County Jail without bond.

Read more from WCTV reporter Noelani Mathews.

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