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Clayton man wanted on four counts in Fayetteville murders

SELMA, NC (WNCN) — A man is wanted on four counts in the murder of a Raeford man and a Fayetteville woman early Monday morning, according to Fayetteville Police Department.

Rhaim Mosies Santiago, 29, has been charged with two counts of first-degree murder, one second-degree kidnapping and attempted robbery with a dangerous weapon, according to a Fayetteville Police Department news release.

Santiago is still on the run after the killings of Marchellous Latrel Braddy, 33, of Raeford, and Nakea Latasha Brooks, 27, of Fayetteville, just after midnight Monday, police said.

He was last seen in the Selma area, police said.

Santiago is considered armed and dangerous, the press release said.

Braddy was found unresponsive at his home at 5700 on Aftonshire Drive and Brooks was found dead in his yard.

The family told CBS 17 that Brooks was two months pregnant and Braddy was the father.

Police quickly determined that the shooting was not a homicide-suicide or a fluke.

However, the department did not say what led to Santiago being identified as a suspect or what led to the charges before an arrest.

In addition, a Toyota Camry that has been linked to the deaths was found Monday night on Blount Street in Smithfield, Johnston County, according to police. The car was towed back to Fayetteville so homicide detectives could search for evidence, Fayetteville Police said.

https://www.cbs17.com/news/local-news/cumberland-county-news/clayton-man-wanted-after-2-killed-in-fayetteville-police-say/ Clayton man wanted on four counts in Fayetteville murders

DUSTIN JONES

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