October 2-- One of two men wanted in connection with the fatal shooting of a Brewton-Parker College student has turned himself in. The other, his twin brother, remains at large, according to the Georgia Bureau of Investigation.
Last week the GBI issued warrants for 19-year-old non-identical twins Khalil and Khalif Wagner of 915 Georgia Street in Vidalia. Both are charged in the death of 20-year-old Stevenson Derival of Decatur who was shot at an off-campus party in Mount Vernon September 24. Another student, 22-year-old Jabari Bridges of Miami was shot in the arm.
Toombs County Sheriff says Khalif Wagner turned himself in at the Toombs County jail Friday night.
"I made contact with his grandmother Friday afternoon and told her that her two grandchildren needed to give themselves up because I was concerned about their safety and officers' safety. She talked with the mother and the mother called me Friday night and I asked her to meet with me at the jail. She did and she had Khalif with her. He was placed in the Toombs County Detention Center and turned over to the GBI," the sheriff said.
According to the sheriff, Khalil Wagner (right) is suspected of being the shooter in the case and he is still at large.
"Hopefully he will decide that it's best to go ahead and turn himself in. Like I told them, it's only a matter of time before he is caught and arrested," Sheriff Kight said.
If you have information on the whereabouts of Khalil Wagner, call the GBI at 478-374-6988.