UPDATE: Man accused of killing woman, stashing body in trunk case sent to Grand Jury
The man accused of killing a woman and putting her body in the trunk of a car will remain in jail after his case has been sent to the Grand Jury.
UPDATE: The man accused of killing a woman and putting her body in the trunk of a car will remain in jail after his case has been sent to the Grand Jury.
25-year old, Joshua Mincy was arrested on April 7th after he crashed his car on Norcross Road. Police found 47-year old, Tammy Hall deceased in the car's trunk. Officers were able to locate and arrest Mincy after he fled the scene.
Mincy is still in jail and has a $550,000 bond.
PREVIOUS STORY: Joshua Mincy, the man accused of killing Tammy Hall and putting her body in the trunk of a car, appeared in court Monday. His case was passed; Mincy is now scheduled to appear April 23.
Police initially responded to Norcross Road Hixson April 7 for a single-vehicle crash around 1:45 p.m. Officials later found that Tammy Hall, 47, was in the trunk of the car. Police say the woman appeared to have suffered from a gunshot wound.
The suspect, Joshua Mincy, 25, fled the scene of the crash, but CPD was able to get Mincy in custody. A CPD K-9 discovered a gun near the wrecked vehicle.
Mincy has been charged with criminal homicide, aggravated assault, tampering with evidence, possession of a firearm (convicted felon), possession of a firearm during commission of a dangerous felony, abuse of corpse, driving on a revoked license, and leaving the scene of an accident.
Mincy will appear in court for his most recent charges on April 17.