Three charged in homicide of two sisters found under Rome Bridge

ROME — Three people have been charged in the May homicide of two sisters who were found dead under the Etowah Bridge on Loop 1 in Rome.

According to the Georgia Bureau of Investigation, Desmond Lavonta Brown, Devin Lashawn Watts and Christopher Leedarius Pullen have been charged in connection with the deaths of 30-year-old Clarice Truvenia Campbell and her sister 19-year-old Vanita Nicole Richardson.

Brown and Watts have both been charged with Malice Murder and Pullen has been charged with Felony Murder.

All three are in custody at the Floyd County Jail.

The GBI also announced that Vanita Richardson’s vehicle has been recovered.  The vehicle, a 1997 Toyota Corolla, gold in color, had been missing since the victims’ death.  The vehicle was located in the City of South Fulton and was transported to Rome to be processed for evidence.