A Break in The Rabbittown Murder Case


The Calhoun County Sheriff’s office announces a break in the case of the recent Rabbittown murders. Thank you for joining us, I’m Carl Brady. Sheriff Matthew Wade says Jeffrey Brisky and Rhimington Johnson of Anniston are wanted in connection with the deaths of Travis Frost and his grandson, Joshua Moody. Sicondria Carter, also of Anniston is wanted as a person of interest in the case. Wade asks for the publics help with finding the suspects. Authorities believe the three may be driving in Carter’s gold 2002 Dodge Stratus. Wade says they are doing everything they can to find the suspects. Early Sunday morning, intruders broke into Frost and Moody’s home on Rabbittown Road. The intruders beat and shot the victims. They then stole a car from the home. Authorities later found the car after it had been burned in Piedmont. Anyone with information on this case or the whereabouts of the suspects is asked to call the Calhoun County Sheriff’s Office.

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