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Third Man Charged in Thanksgiving Day Slaying

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Don Emmanuel Hanna Jr. Don Emmanuel Hanna Jr.
Brandon Michael Early Brandon Michael Early
Cory Hamilton Cory Hamilton

PRINCESS ANNE, Md. (WBOC/AP)- Maryland State Police say a third man has been indicted in the Thanksgiving Day slaying of a Princess Anne man.

Twenty-six-year-old Don Emmanuel Hanna Jr., of the 11000 block of Beechwood Street in Princess Anne, was indicted Friday on 12 charges, including first- and second-degree murder. He was ordered held without bond on Tuesday.

Hanna is charged in the shooting of 35-year-old Adrian Lurele Marshall in his home on Nov. 28. Troopers found Marshall dead in the kitchen. Police say Marshall died from multiple gunshot wounds.

Twenty-eight-year-old Cory Hamilton of Salisbury and 17-year-old Brandon Michael Early of Baltimore have also been charged with first- and second-degree murder in the slaying.

Troopers say a motive has not been determined.

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