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Thomas Green (Missing Auburn teen found slain) Biography, Wiki, Age, Family, Net Worth, Twitter, Instagram, Facebook

Thomas A. Green (Missing Auburn teen found slain) Biography, Wiki, Age

Thomas A. Green was a missing Alabama teen has been found dead and two people have been arrested in connection with the case, AL.com reports.

On Thursday, the body of 18-year-old Thomas A. Green was found in a wooded area in Waverly, Alabama. Caretakers of the property came upon the remains.

Authorities later used dental records to verify that the body was Green’s, who appeared to have been at the location for at least several days.

Lee County Coroner Bill Harris told the newspaper that Green had a “fatal injury,” but additional details were not disclosed about how he died except that his death is being investigated as a homicide.

Investigators were unable to locate any identifying information on the body, which was taken to the Alabama Department of Forensic Sciences in Montgomery for an autopsy.

The police subsequently arrested two people in connection with Green’s disappearance and charged them with first degree kidnapping. U.S. Marshals and the Lee County Sheriff arrested Taharra Jaquay Brunson, 41, and Marcus Okeef Wigley, 35, on Thursday. Investigators believe Brunson and Wigley took Green against her will.
Video posted Thursday shows Green attempting to enter a convenience store, but then left after realizing the business was closed.

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Green was last seen by a friend on September 5 and reported missing on September 6.

Waverly is a small town about 60 miles northeast of Montgomery and about 12 miles west of Auburn, where Brunson and Wigley are from.

Additional charges are expected against Brunson and Wigley, each of whom is being held at the Lee County Jail on $ 50,000 bond, reports WBRC-TV.

To share information about the case, call the Auburn Police Division Detective Section at 334-501-3140 or the police department’s 24-hour non-emergency line at 334-501-3100. To leave an anonymous tip, call 334-246-1391.

It is a developing story.

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