6 Dead In Shootings That Started In Lincoln County

Warren Crutcher

The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation along with the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office, is continuing to investigate multiple murders that occurred Monday in Lincoln County. The victims have now been positively identified. TBI responded to a residence located at 3264 Huntsville Highway in Fayetteville, Tenn. where Chabreya Campbell, 22, and her 18 month old son Rico Ragland were found deceased. Campbell was believed to be six months pregnant. They lived at the home along with Campbell’s 3-year-old son Vincent Crutcher. Vincent was found in the home unharmed. Also, discovered deceased in the residence was 21 year old Amber McCaulley of Huntsville, Ala. The victims have been taken to the Medical Examiner’s office for autopsy to determine cause of death. The TBI’s Violent Crime Response Team responded to the crime scene to assist in gathering evidence. Additionally, Jessica Brown, 21, was found dead in her home last night located at 4 Fox Wood Drive in Fayetteville, Tenn. Her two-month-old son was found in the home unharmed. Investigators believe the two murder scenes are connected. No arrests have been made in the case.
A fifth body that was found Tuesday morning in Huntsville, AL, near the state line is being investigated in connection with four homicides in Lincoln County, TN. The victim was identified as Jeffrey Pope, who was found dead from a gunshot wound to the chest.
A body found on a rural road in Alabama just south of the Tennessee state line may be that of the person of interest in five deaths in Lincoln County and Huntsville, AL.
The Madison County (AL) corner, told the Associated Press the body found Tuesday in the Hazel Green area of Madison County may be that of Warren Vincent Crutcher, who was wanted for questioning by Lincoln County authorities.