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Second murder suspect turns himself in

Calvin Denson (Source: Columbus Police Department) Calvin Denson (Source: Columbus Police Department)
Dominique Lowe (Source: Columbus Police Department) Dominique Lowe (Source: Columbus Police Department)

COLUMBUS, GA (WTVM) – Police officers have arrested a second suspect in connection to the murder in a Columbus motel.

Calvin Denson, 19, has turned himself in Friday afternoon.

Denson and Dominique Lowe, 24, were wanted in connection with the shooting of 38-year old Julian Hernandez, who was found in a room on at the Plaza Motel on Victory Drive.  

Hernandez worked on Fort Benning as a contract employee.

Lowe, who was booked in the Muscogee County Jail Tuesday evening after turning himself in to authorities, appeared in Recorder's Court Friday morning.

A judge set Lowe's bond at $45,000 for three aggravated assault charges, but no bond for murder and armed robbery charges.  His gun charge was dropped.

News Leader 9 is following this story and will update it as new information becomes available.

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