Three indicted for murder of PSL worker

Published 4:24 pm Friday, May 11, 2018

Monday afternoon, Ronnie McFadden, Thaddas Nundra and Louis Ousley were indicted for the felony murder of Post-Searchlight employee, Hubert Moore.

Moore was found dead back in October after officers responded to a shooting at the intersection of West Jackson and North Florida Streets. When officers arrived, they found Moore lying on the ground by the door of the delivery truck. After attempted CPR, Moore was pronounced dead.

With little information, Bainbridge Public Safety and the Georgia Bureau of Investigation asked local businesses to come forward with their video surveillance. While reviewing the footage, officers found McFadden, Nundra and Ousley and charged them with felony murder and criminal attempt of armed robbery. Nundra was additionally charged with malice murder, as he was believed to be the man who shot and killed Moore.

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District Attorney Joe Mullholland took on Moore’s case and has been avid in seeking justice for Moore’s family and friends.

“Mr. Moore’s senseless killing shook the entire community, myself included.  We will do everything possible to make sure that those who committed this horrible act are held responsible.  My thoughts and prayers go out to the Moore family, and we will get them justice in this matter” Mulholland said.

Although the men have been indicted, Mullholland knows this is only the first step and is not happy yet. He said he will be happy when the three men have been convicted for their crime and justice is served for the Moore family.

Mullholland is unsure of what the sentencing will be. He is still developing evidence and waiting on forensics to make sure the case is as strong as possible.

“We want to get these suckers,” Mullholland finished.