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    Nathaniel Washington-Ghant III pleaded not guilty February 16, 2017, in Columbus Recorder’s Court to second-degree murder. He was charged in connection with the death of his son, who died from traumatic brain injuries on September 23, 2017.

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    A monthlong investigation by the Columbus Police Department’s Vice and Narcotics Unit and the Special Operations Unit has led to the seizure of $1 million worth of cocaine, $24,000 in cash, two vehicles and assorted guns, Police Chief Ricky Boren said Tuesday. Two men are charged in connection with the ongoing investigation, the chief said. They were identified as Kenneth James, 49, of Phenix City and Marcus Terrell Marshall, 33, of Columbus.