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Murder Suspect Captured One Day After Addition To Most Wanted List

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Jerrell Martinez Sizemore Jerrell Martinez Sizemore

PULASKI, Tenn. - A Pulaski man wanted for murder was arrested just one day after being added the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation's Top Ten Most Wanted list.

24-year-old Jerrell Martinez Sizemore was taken into custody Wednesday morning at the Budget Inn in Pulaski after investigators received a tip. Pulaski Police found him and a woman inside a room checked in under a false name.

The woman will be charged with accessory after the fact.

The TBI added Sizemore to their Most Wanted List Tuesday. He was wanted on one count of first degree murder.

On Monday, officials said Sizemore shot Brandon Stinnett multiple times in the upper body, killing him at a home located at 425 East Woodring Street.

Sizemore had removed an ankle bracelet monitoring device which was a bond condition for a domestic assault charge he faced earlier this month. Investigators had learned he had made comments that he would not return to jail.

Police said Sizemore is a convicted felon and a confirmed member of the Kitchen Crips street gang.

He was booked into the Giles County Jail.

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