Here is a list of 2017 Columbus homicides as determined by the Georgia Bureau of Investigation, said Muscogee County Coroner Buddy Bryan:
1. Dominique Devonte Horton, 22, of Columbus was killed in a Jan. 5 shooting in the 300 block of 32nd Ave. that also wounded another man. Authorities said a large group of people met on 32nd Avenue to watch two female juveniles fight, and the incident escalated when a man pulled out a gun and fired into the group.
2. Destiny Nelson, 17, of Columbus was killed in a Jan. 16 shooting at the Bull Creek Apartments near Woodruff Farm Road.
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3. Eric Parker, 28, of Columbus was killed in a Feb. 10 shooting at a Conner Road apartment near Cusseta Road.
4. Maurice McGhee, 25, was shot and killed on March 24 at Wilson Homes at 3400 8th Ave.
5. Dudley Jones Jr., 44, was shot and killed on April 1 on Ticknor Drive.
6. Jason Boykin, 32, was fatally shot April 11 at 1021 Adair Ave.
7. Marion Davon Ralph, 39, was found dead of a gunshot wound April 19 at the Pentecostal Church of God on 25th Avenue between Dawson and Cusseta Road.
8. Jakorbin King, 21, was shot and killed April 30 inside of his apartment in the 1000 block of 33rd Street.
9. Lavonte Thomas, 26, was fatally shot April 30 in the 1400 block of 24th Street.
10. Glen Hollan Adipi, 23, was shot and killed May 8 in the 1400 block of 24th Street.
11. Brandon Scott, 34, was shot and killed July 7 at a house in the 800 block of Rigdon Road.
12. Michael Fleming, 34, was found dead in the trunk of a burning car July 10 at the intersection of Harbison Drive and Head Street.
13. Ruby Lloyd, 43, was shot and killed July 17 at 33 Meloy Drive.
14. Robert Lockhart, 22, was shot and killed July 22 on Grant Road.
15. Donald Matthews, 26, of was fatally shot July 22 near the River Road and Veterans Parkway.
16. Jennifer Sisk of LaGrange, 43, was killed Aug. 2 in a five-vehicle crash near the intersection of Talbotton Road and Veterans Parkway. Authorities said the murder suspect was fleeing from authorities when the wreck occurred.
The coroner didn’t add her death to his list, because he ruled it as accidental.
17. James Francesconi, 26, died after an Aug. 15 shooting on Wickam Drive.
18. Cody Mathis, 21, was shot and killed Aug. 19 in the area of 51st Street and 15th Avenue.
19. Nathan Johnson, 25, was fatally shot Aug. 19 at 2229 8th St.
20. Tamir Harris, 33, was killed in an Aug. 22 shooting in the 3600 block of Fourth Avenue.
21. Tremaine Taylor, 18, was fatally shot Aug. 31 in the block of 458 Henson Ave.
22. Takelia Johnson, 19, was killed Sept. 3 in a drive-by shooting in the 900 block of Ewart Avenue.
23. Travis Porter, 35, was shot and killed Sept. 4 at Hannah Heights Apartments at 909 Farr Road.
24. Luis Moreno, 29, of Columbus was killed in a Sept. 18 shooting at 1024 50th St.
25-26. Datrell Roberson, 23, of Columbus and Xavier Scott, 28, were fatally wounded in a Sept. 19 shooting at 1424 24th St.
27. Lonny Braxton, 35, was fatally shot Sept. 29 outside of his home at 351 Clover Ave.
28. Dieondre Murphy, 19, was killed in an Oct. 24 shooting in the 4100 block of Young Ave.
29. Kuamane “Lil Q” Ford, 19, was killed in a Nov. 7 shooting at the intersection of Sherwood Avenue and 44th Street.
30. Steve Phillips, 30, of Columbus was found dead Nov. 17 in a wooded area off Winston Road near Benning Drive. He was pronounced dead of a gunshot wound on the scene.
31. Javion Shorter, 17, was found suffering from a gunshot wound Nov.17 at the Ballard Way Apartments on Hunter Road. He died two days later at Columbus Midtown Medical Center.
32. Jawhon Armstead, 21, was killed in a Nov. 28 shooting in the 4200 block of Curry Street.
33-34. Damian Antwonne Belle, 23, and Kelsey Marshall, 21, of Columbus were found dead Dec. 9 at the Efficiency Lodge of Columbus at 1776 Boxwood Place.
35. Joseph Howard Johnson III, 68, was killed Dec. 20 in a shootout at the Columbus Pawn Shop on Fort Benning Road.
1. Christopher Warden, 31, was fatally shot by a woman on Feb. 6 after allegedly breaking into her apartment on Armour Avenue, authorities said.
2. Mariah Alston, 2-month-old, was being treated for skull fractures and other serious injuries when she died July 8 at Egleston Children’s Hospital in Atlanta. Officials are waiting for additional test results from her autopsy to determine her cause of death.
3. Deonte Marces Giles, 22, was shot on May 18 following a police car chase that ended in a crash on Cusseta Road and 25th Avenue involving Giles and a police cruiser. Giles was a suspect in the April 1 shooting on Ticknor Drive that killed Dudley Jones, Jr.
Columbus police said officer Ryan Vardman killed Giles in what they consider to be a justifiable homicide, not murder.
4. Pedro Juan Carmoega, 36, was fatally stabbed during a July 4 event on Big Creek Place. It was ruled as manslaughter by police.
5. Richard Vaughn Cummings Jr., 18, was shot and killed July 14 while sitting in the front passenger seat of a car at 909 Farr Road.
6. Derrick Cureton, 23, was shot and killed Aug. 7 at a home in the 5300 block of Kingsberry Street. Authorities said the initial investigation indicates that Cureton was a home intruder in the shooter’s residence and the homeowner killed him in self-defense.
7. James Fuller, 52, was wanted a warrant in Texas on methamphetamine charges when he was shot by a Columbus police officer on September 4. Authorities said he was shot during a scuffle with an officer who was trying to take him into custody at the time.
8. Robert Lewis, 29, was shot Oct. 1 at an apartment in the 2300 block of Fort Benning Road. Authorities closed the case after determining that he was shot in self-defense. He allegedly initiating an altercation at an party outside of the apartment.
9. Jarvis Lykes, 35, of Columbus died Dec. 29 after being shot by a trooper with Georgia State Patrol following an altercation at a dead end on Lumpkin Court, according to a release from the Georgia Bureau of Investigation. Authorities said the altercation occurred after Lykes fled a DUI checkpoint.
Note: Warden, Alston, Giles, Cureton, Cummings, Fuller, Lewis and Lykes’ deaths were listed on Muscogee County Coroner Buddy Bryan's 2017 list of homicides, but Columbus police did not include them on their list. Sisk’s death was listed on CPD’s list, but Bryan didn’t include it on his. Click here for more information.