WAYCROSS, Ga. – Arrests have been made in a decade-old Ware County murder case, the Georgia Bureau of Investigation announced Thursday.
On Sunday, June 18, 2006, the burned body of Anthony Dale Vickers, 36, of Waycross, was found near the intersection of Georgia Highway 122 and Clough Bay Road in Ware County.
An autopsy found that Vickers died of a gunshot wound.
The Ware County Sheriff’s Office called GBI in to assist with the case, and recently, agents with the GBI, Ware County Sheriff’s Office, and Waycross Police Department developed new information that led to the arrests of Dexter Carradine, 42, William Faison, 39, and Robert Nathan Hall, 38. All three are charged with murder.
Faison (left) was arrested in Waycross and is being held in the Ware County Jail.
Carradine was served with his arrest warrant at Autry State Prison in Pelham, Georgia, where he is currently incarcerated on separate charges.
Hall was arrested by the Jefferson County (Missouri) Sheriff’s Office in Independence, Missouri, where he now lives. Hall will be extradited back to Georgia.
Anyone with information about Vickers’ murder is asked to call the GBI in Douglas, Georgia, at 912-389-4103, the Ware County Sheriff’s Office at 912-287-4325, or the Waycross Police Department at 912-287-2929.
Editor's note: Because of incorrect information provided by the Georgia Bureau of Investigation, Dexter Carradine 's first name and age were originally misidentified in this article. The change was made as soon as GBI provided the corrected information.