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4 face charges in case of man found at Fort Bragg

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No one has been arrested in the incident. No one has been arrested in the incident.
RAEFORD, N.C. -

Four people face charges in the case of Tayvon Joseph McMillan, whose body was found at Fort Bragg April 6.

Charged in the case are:

  • Joel Thornton, 23, of Raeford, with first-degree kidnapping, robbery with a dangerous weapon, felony conspiracy, assault with a deadly weapon
  • Jaquan Peterson, 19, of Raeford, with first-degree kidnapping, robbery with a dangerous weapon, felony conspiracy, assault with a deadly weapon;
  • Dejour Peterson, 17, of Raeford, with first-degree kidnapping, robbery with a dangerous weapon, felony conspiracy, assault with a deadly weapon
  • Della Ryan Locklear, 17, of Raeford, with first-degree kidnapping, robbery with a dangerous weapon, felony conspiracy, assault with a deadly weapon.

Authorities say McMillan was attacked by multiple people and his body was taken to Fort Bragg, off of Plank Road.

The Hoke County Sheriff’s Office expects further charges in the case.

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