December 28-- Here's an update on the story below.
The man wanted in connection with a fatal shooting in Soperton has turned himself in. Treutlen County Sheriff Tommy Corbin says Travis Lee Bostic of Dublin turned himself in to the Dublin Police Department early Thursday evening. He has since been transported to the Treutlen County jail and is charged with the murder of Donald Miller of Soperton this past weekend.
December 26-- Treutlen County Sheriff Tommy Corbin reports that a warrant has been issued on Travis Lee Bostic of Dublin, Georgia for murder and aggravated assault in connection with a weekend shooting in Soperton that left one man dead and another hospitalized.
Donald Miller of Soperton was pronounced dead at the scene and Kelly Carter, also of Soperton was transported to the hospital on December 22nd in an area of Soperton known as "the bottom". The Georgia Bureau of Investigation out of Eastman, Georgia was called to assist with the investigation.
According to Sheriff Corbin, "A fight had occurred that started in the club. Soperton boys and Dublin boys starting arguing and the fight went outside. From witnesses at the scene, we learned that Travis Lee Bostic of Dublin, Georgia shot both men." He also stated, "He is at large at this moment. He is on the run and any information would be greatly appreciated."
Also involved in the event, Julius Williams, Jr. of Dublin, Georgia was arrested and charged with possession of a firearm by a convicted felon and Tyreka Jackson of Soperton was charged with hindering apprehension of a criminal and obstruction of an officer.
If you have any information regarding this shooting, please contact the Treutlen County Sheriff's Office at 529-3222.