Joe Paull jpaull@ledger-enquirer.com
Lathan Word walks out of the Muscogee County Jail as his aunt, Carrie Henderson, holds the door and nephew, Curtiss Galloway, leads the way.
Joe Paull jpaull@ledger-enquirer.com Lathan Word walks out of the Muscogee County Jail as his aunt, Carrie Henderson, holds the door and nephew, Curtiss Galloway, leads the way.
Joe Paull jpaull@ledger-enquirer.com Lathan Word walks out of the Muscogee County Jail as his aunt, Carrie Henderson, holds the door and nephew, Curtiss Galloway, leads the way.

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