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Arrest made in connection to disappearance of Eufaula man

Travis Byfield, 18 (Source: Eufaula Police Department) Travis Byfield, 18 (Source: Eufaula Police Department)
Jimmy Glenn (Source: Eufaula Police Department) Jimmy Glenn (Source: Eufaula Police Department)
EUFAULA, AL (WTVM) -

An arrest has been made in connection with the disappearance and murder of a missing Eufaula man. 

Jimmy “Zeke” Glenn was reported missing on Thursday, July 8 from his residence in Eufaula.  

Glenn’s vehicle was found abandoned the same day and evidence recovered through the subsequent investigation indicated that he was the victim of a homicide. 

Travis Byfield, 18, of Eufaula was arrested just before noon on Thursday, July 14 at the Eufaula Police Department.  

Byfield has been charged with first degree murder and is being held in the Eufaula City Jail awaiting a bond hearing.  

The case is still under investigation and further charges may be pending. 

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