Guy Heinze Jr Did It
Posted by shadmia on September 5, 2009
According to police the man who called 911 to report that his family had been killed is the one responsible for their deaths. Guy Heinze, Jr., 22, of Brunswick, Ga. was re-arrested after being released on $20,000 bail. He was originally arrested on charges including tampering with evidence, obstruction of an officer and illegal possession of prescription drugs and marijuana.
Listen to the 911 call as Guy Heinze reports finding his family all dead.
On September 4th 2009, at 6:45 PM Investigators with the Glynn County Police Department sought and received arrest warrants for Guy Heinze Jr., age 22 in connection with the murders and criminal attempt to commit murder that occurred at lot 147, New Hope Mobile Home Park in Glynn County, in the early morning hours of August 29th.
He has now been charged with 8 counts of first degree murder in the deaths of eight people, including seven family members. He is also charged with the attempted murder of a 3-year old child, Byron Jimmerson, the only survivor of the massacre at Lot 147, New Hope Mobile Home Park, Brunswick, Glynn County, Ga. The child is still recovering at a Savannah hospital.
“Mr. Heinze denies playing any role in these murders and he’s been cooperating with police and will continue to cooperate.” said Ron Harrison, Heinze’s attorney.
Dead family members (and their relation to Guy Heinze Jr.) are:
- Russell D. Toler Sr., 44 (Uncle)
- Russell D. Toler Jr., 20 (Cousin)
- Chrissy Toler, 22 (Cousin)
- Michelle Toler, 15 (Cousin)
- Michael Toler, 19 (Cousin)
- Brenda Gail Falagan, 49 (Aunt)
- Guy Heinze Sr., 45 (Father)
- Joseph L. West, 30 (Chrissy Toler’s Boyfriend)
3-year-old Byron Jimmerson, Chrissy Toler’s son, survived the attack. He is still recovering at a Savannah hospital.
“We did not suspect him all along. It’s the most heinous crime in our community, I think we all know that” said Glynn County Police Department, Chief Matt Doering. “I can assure you that this person is responsible, and that’s the best information I can give you.” said the chief. “I know the community wants answers, but I’m not prepared to give much more than that,” he added.
Police Chief Matt Doerring, at a news conference Friday night, said a judge revoked Heinze’s bond after police consulted with him on new evidence. He said law enforcement received two pieces of information Friday that led them to re-arrest Heinze, Jr. but he cannot comment on any specific information or evidence that led to the arrest. Doering also will not reveal the official causes of death.
A news release on the Glynn County Police web site indicates the arrest was made both on physical and, what they term testimonial evidence. Doerring says he must protect the integrity of the investigation and that the probe is very much ongoing.
Glynn County Coroner Jimmy Darden said that police found the murder victims in beds and on the floor of the home. He said the victims had been there overnight Friday before Guy Heinze, Jr. made the 911 call on Saturday morning.