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Murder Warrant Issued in Greene County Triple Homicide Case

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Greene County police are ready to serve a warrant to a man already in custody, charging him with first degree murder. 

Taybronne White already faces six felony charges in connection with a triple homicide in Greene County back in May.  At first, the Greene County Sheriff's Office would only link him to a home invasion that happened before the triple murder, not the actual killings.

Deputies now say this warrant for first degree murder is tied to the death of Brian Lee Daniels, one of the three victims.  The investigation for the other two victims is still ongoing.  White does not yet face the charge for first degree murder, but he is currently being held in the Central Virginia Regional Jail.     

White is scheduled to be in court Wednesday afternoon for a preliminary hearing.  The Greene County Sheriff's Office is not commenting on the warrant at least until White appears in court.

Greene County Sheriff's Office
Press Release

Major Randall Snead stated, "that Greene County Sheriff's Office Investigators have obtained a warrant for First Degree Murder (18.2-32) in connection with the death of Brian Lee Daniels, one of three homicide victims from the May 3rd, 2011 Octonia Road incident in Greene County".

The warrant obtained is for Taybronne Alteriek White who is currently incarcerated at the Central Virginia Regional Jail in Orange County.

Taybronne A. White is scheduled to be in Greene General District Court tomorrow July 20, 2011 at 2pm in reference to a preliminary hearing stemming from the Home Invasion incident that occurred on May 3rd, 2011 on Ford Avenue in Greene County.

The homicide investigation into the other two victims continues at this time.

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