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UPDATE: Authorities arrest two suspects wanted for 2010 murder in Bladen Co.

Jessup (left) and McCray Jr. (right) (Source: Bladen County Sheriff's Office) Jessup (left) and McCray Jr. (right) (Source: Bladen County Sheriff's Office)
Johnnie Terel Jessup (Source: Bladen Co. Sheriff's Office) Johnnie Terel Jessup (Source: Bladen Co. Sheriff's Office)
BLADEN COUNTY, NC (WECT) -

A woman and another man are behind bars after they were arrested for the 2010 murder of her husband in Elizabethtown.

According to officials, Dontee Shantelle Jessup, 29, of Fayetteville and Garry Tyrell McCray Jr., of Salisbury, MD have both been charged with first-degree murder in the shooting death of Johnnie Terel Jessup.

Thursday, February 4, 2010, deputies responded to reports of a subject shot at 164 Old Hickory Lane in Elizabethtown. When deputies arrived, they found Jessup dead in the front yard.

Dontee Jessup was arrested Wednesday in Fayetteville and is currently being held in the Bladen County Jail without bond.

McCray was taken into custody by Maryland authorities and was extradited to the Bladen County Jail Monday.

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