Trial set for murderers of PSL employee

Published 3:11 pm Friday, February 1, 2019

The trial for the murderers of Hubert Moore, a Post-Searchlight employee who was shot and killed on October 2017, will begin Monday, Feb. 11, in Decatur County.

Louis Lamorris Ousley, 29, Thaddas Nundra, 38, and Ronnie Denardo McFadden were arrested by Bainbridge Public Safety in October 2017 and charged with felony murder and criminal at-tempt of armed robbery. Nundra is also being charged with malice murder for allegedly killing Moore.

Prosecutors are using a new DNA technology for the first time in Georgia at the trial. According to evidence produced by the True Allele technology, which is able to analyze mingled DNA on guns to determine who pulled the trigger, Nundra is believed to be the main culprit for Moore’s murder.

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Each of the three suspects has extensive criminal backgrounds, according to BPS.

During the homicide investigation, BPS was led to the three individuals after local business cameras and other informants identified them as possibly involved with the incident.

Moore, a Post-Searchlight delivery driver, was getting into a truck to begin his route when he was shot and killed around 6:30 a.m.

Officers responded to a call of a shooting at the intersection of West Jackson and North Florida streets behind The Post-Searchlight building. When first responders arrived on scene, they found Moore lying on the ground by the door of the delivery truck. Officers attempted CPR. Moore was pronounced dead a few minutes later.

The Georgia Bureau of Investigation handled the investigation.