Port Wentworth Police apprehends final suspect in August 13 killing of Dion Farmer

Crime and Safety

The Port Wentworth Police Department with the assistance of multiple law enforcement agencies, have captured all four suspects in the murder of Dion Farmer, 24, who was killed during the early hours of Aug. 13. The murder occurred in the parking lot of the Rice Creek subdivision’s clubhouse on Miller Park Circle.

Port Wentworth Police arrested Desimond Butler, 19, on Aug. 13. Five days later, police arrested Michael Stevens, 18, with the assistance of the United States Marshals Service.

Keroney King, 18, turned himself in to police on Sept. 10.

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On Sept. 22, Port Wentworth Police, U.S. Marshals, Midway Police, and Liberty County Sheriff's officers arrested the final suspect, Jahaune Butler, 17.

All four suspects now are in custody at the Chatham County Detention Center.

This is a developing story.

Drew Favakeh is the public safety reporter for Savannah Morning News. You can reach him at AFavakeh@savannahnow.com.

This article originally appeared on Savannah Morning News: Port Wentworth Police, U.S. Marshals arrest suspects in Aug. 13 killing