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Alleged Murder Suspects Caught on Video Buying Tools Charged in Man's Death



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Two women, caught on video allegedly purchasing a saw and bolt cutters, have now been charged with the murder of a man last seen leaving his home to meet someone he met online. The investigation is ongoing as the police continue to uncover evidence.


In a shocking turn of events, two women have been arrested and charged in connection with the murder of Leondre Flynt, a 21-year-old man who went missing after leaving his Atlanta home for a date. The suspects, identified as Audrey Zalky, 21, and Destiny Stephens, were caught on surveillance footage purchasing tools, possibly with the intention of concealing the crime.


The investigation began when Flynt's family reported him missing on August 16, 2023. The police later discovered evidence, including blood stains and a blood trail, at the Buckhead apartment complex where Flynt was last seen. This led to the arrest of Stephens, who was found in possession of incriminating items.


Zalky's recent arrest in Carroll County further deepens the mystery surrounding Flynt's disappearance. The police believe that a third person, Ahmir Bobo, was also involved in the murder and disposal of Flynt's body. The investigation has revealed that Flynt had been communicating with Zalky online prior to his disappearance.


Surveillance footage from a hardware store showed both suspects exiting Flynt's car before purchasing a saw and bolt cutters. Additionally, doorbell security footage captured a man moving large items from Bobo's apartment later that night.


As the investigation unfolds, the police are still searching for Flynt's car, which was tracked to a CVS store in Detroit, Michigan, two days after his disappearance. The highly active investigation and mounting evidence indicate that the authorities are determined to bring justice to the victim's family.


The depths of this case highlight the potential dangers of online interactions. It serves as a grim reminder to exercise caution and ensure personal safety while engaging with strangers in the digital realm.


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