Published On: Tue, Oct 30th, 2018

Terry Tallie murder case: 4th arrest, Markeith Manora charged, held without bond

From Alabama, comes the news that the Montgomery Police Department have made the fourth arrest connected to the shooting death of Terry Tallie: Markeith Manora.

Manora, 25, has been charged with one count of capital murder. He was taken to the Montgomery County Detention Facility where he’s being held without bond.

Tallie, 27, was shot and killed on October 3 after a domestic dispute in the 2200 block of Lucas Drive.

Manora’s arrest follows those of Shanterrica Goldsby, 24, Lucy Smith, 29 and David Coleman Jr., 24, each of which also faces a capital murder charge.

Capt. Regina Duckett explained that police determined the shooting happened after a domestic dispute between Tallie and his ex-girlfriend, which led officials to arrest and charge Goldsby and Smith.

“MPD’s investigation determined that the shooting stemmed from a domestic dispute between the victim and his ex-girlfriend that occurred earlier that day,” an MPD release stated at the time. “Further investigation indicated that the suspects fired into the victim’s residence from the roadway, fatally striking the victim. MPD subsequently identified Goldsby and Smith as the suspects. No additional information is available for release at this time in connection with this continuing investigation.”

About a week after Goldsby and Smith were charged with capital murder, police arrested Coleman and charged him with the same.

Investigators determined Tallie died after the suspects fired shots into his home from the roadway.

The investigation is ongoing.

Tallie’s death is the 29th homicide investigation for Montgomery police this year.

Markeith Leon Manora

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