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  • Slain man's brother struggles to bring him home

    His brother was killed and dumped in a wooded field, but one month later Jerry Taynor still isn’t able to bring his brother’s remains home for burial. It could take weeks before he is approved for victim's assistance to help cover the costs of William "Chet" Clemons' cremation.

His brother was killed and dumped in a wooded field, but one month later Jerry Taynor still isn’t able to bring his brother’s remains home for burial. It could take weeks before he is approved for victim's assistance to help cover the costs of William "Chet" Clemons' cremation. Janet Blackmon Morgan jblackmon@thesunnews.com
His brother was killed and dumped in a wooded field, but one month later Jerry Taynor still isn’t able to bring his brother’s remains home for burial. It could take weeks before he is approved for victim's assistance to help cover the costs of William "Chet" Clemons' cremation. Janet Blackmon Morgan jblackmon@thesunnews.com

It may take weeks before he gets his slain brother’s remains home for burial

August 08, 2017 6:37 PM