Dedrick Bulls Obituary, Dedrick Bulls has passed away

Dedrick Bulls Obituary, Death – Dedrick Bulls has reportedly died leaving family and loved ones in agony and grief, according to an online publication.” In connection with the ongoing investigation into the passing of Dedrick Bulls, a juvenile suspect has been taken into custody at this time. A man named Andrew Ronnie Mullis, who is 19 years old, was taken into custody by investigators with the Bibb County Sheriff’s Office in connection with the investigation into the death of a man named Dedrick Bulls, who was 42 years old.

The investigation into Mr. Bulls’s death is ongoing. In the course of the inquiry into Dedrick Bulls’s passing, an arrest was carried out in connection with the investigation. At Full House Tavern on the 12th of December in 2022, the first event of its kind was hosted for the first time. The location may be found at 3709 Bloomfield Road, and you should look there for it. As a consequence of the designation of Mullis as the person of interest by the investigators as having been engaged in some fashion with the death of Bulls, warrants for his arrest were issued.

The investigators believe that Mullis was involved in some capacity with the killing of Bulls. On Tuesday morning at approximately 2:50 in the morning, Mullis surrendered himself to the investigators of the Bibb County Sheriff’s Office as well as members of the United States Marshal’s Southeast Regional Fugitive Task Force. Mullis is being held at the Bibb County Law Enforcement Center without the chance of release due to the claims that he committed murder, (two counts) of aggravated assault, and aggravated battery. T

hese crimes are all classified as more serious than a simple assault. The incidents took place earlier this week, and these are the ones that led to the filing of these complaints. Anyone who believes they may have information that could be relevant to this investigation is urged to get in touch with the Bibb County Sheriff’s Office at the number 478-751-7500 or Macon Regional Crime stoppers at the number 1-877-68CRIME as soon as possible. Both of these numbers can be found on the bottom of this page. You’ll find the answers to both of these questions at the bottom of this page.