Escambia Double Murder Under Investigation

October 26, 2013

An apparent double murder Friday night in Escambia County is under investigation.

Deputies found the victims on Washburn Street- that’s in an area between Nine Mile Road and East Johnson Avenue behind the John R. Jones Athletic Complex –  about 10:30 p.m.

The victims have been identified as Greg Bryant, also known as a Rapper G Dude dude and Antonio Brown, 32. They were killed a short distance from Brown’s residence.

One victim was reportedly found slumped over in the passenger seat, while the other victim was found partially out of the vehicle.

No details on the shooting have officially been  released by the Escambia County Sheriff’s Office as they continue their investigation.

Comments

22 Responses to “Escambia Double Murder Under Investigation”

  1. Tammie on November 23rd, 2013 5:35 pm

    Its wrong

  2. tammie brown on November 23rd, 2013 2:42 pm

    Well I know its been a month since my brother got killed but God got it for both of the rip love you both will be missed but never forgotten

  3. Ugh on October 30th, 2013 10:01 pm

    Since no one will tell what happened people are gona say what it looks like. I am sorry for these people because they lost their life but that’s all cause if people really cared they would tell what happened I’m sure these dead men didn’t think that people would care so less for them that they would let their killer or killers walk free. Call it snitching or what else you want but murder doesn’t count in that anyone could have been killed even a child you know stray bullet.

  4. a mother's point of view on October 30th, 2013 9:51 am

    I will never understand why people can be so heartless. I definitely will never understand some stupid no snitching policy or code. The bottom line is someone loved and cared for these young men regardless of they’re record or not. Why would anyone blame the sheriff department when we as people regardless of race not report or try to help solve these crimes. Do we really think we’re helping by not reporting. You must remember our community is what we makeof it.

  5. wateva on October 29th, 2013 12:43 pm

    This is news Ms.Doria do you think no one is going to talk about it REALLY. It’s sad that these ppl. Lost there life in such a horrible way, but the street knw these ppl. Reputation. As for them being willing to give there lives for others….yeah right. I didn’t hear JESUS CHRIST name in the article. He is the only person I knw who have that kind of love and courage. JUST SAYING

  6. Youndoria DeBrow on October 28th, 2013 1:09 pm

    CHECK ANY RECORD YOU WANNA CHECK. RECORDS HAVE NITHING TO DO WITH DOUBLE MURDERS OF MEN CLEAN OF ANYTHING ON OR IN THEM BUT WISHES FOR A GREAT NIGHT WITH CHILDHOOD FRIENDS TO CELEBRATE A MAJOR RECORD DEAL WITH SONY MUSIC GROUP. YOUR PAST CAN CORRECT YOUR FUTURE & SOME OF U POSTING IN FAKE NAMES PUTTING OTHERS NAMES OUT THERE BE CLEAR YOU KNOW NOTHING ABOUT THESE MEN IF U DID U WOULD BE PART OF THE SOLUTION. THEY BOTH WOULD HAVE GIVEN U THEIR LIVES. U PILLHEADS REALIZE THAT’S DRUGS??? SHUT UP BOUT THESE MEN.U KNOW NOTHING. MS.DORIA

  7. Celeb1999 on October 28th, 2013 10:48 am

    Did they find the killer or killers? If not then how do people know it wasn’t about drugs? It seems that if people know what the killing was not about do they know what it was about also if people know so much about the killings crime stoppers also has a website…..

  8. LEO on October 28th, 2013 8:41 am

    Lisa
    Please enlighten us about brown being a good man. Maybe to some but his record shows different. No one deserve to be murdered for anything but if you know him as a good person that means you really know his lifestyle. I hope you called a detective to give info on what may have happen. Please for his sake.
    You live by the sword you die by the sword.

  9. lisa on October 27th, 2013 9:24 pm

    This was not.drug related so there for talk wat you know before
    you speak on somebody brown was a good man..
    So wat he had a record wth that got to do with him going to
    Rap yall ppl need to sweep around yall front door yall cant judge nobody

  10. Billy D on October 27th, 2013 5:04 pm

    I love it when everyone blames the sheriff for crimes like this. And just WHAT would YOU have done differently had YOU been elected? Please….DO TELL!! The attitudes people in these areas towards cops is what causes the problem to not go away. Until they stop wanting everyone to feel sorry for them for being oppressed 200 years ago they will never have anything better. Criminals breed crime and they are breeding at alarming rates. Sadly enough it’s allowed to happen and it’s always the cops who are the bad guys. Hopefully someone will come forward and tell a good story and a bad guy(or guys) will spend a few nights in jail for murder.

  11. Kandy Snow on October 27th, 2013 4:32 pm

    Snitching on murder is not like snitching on other stuff the one who murdered can
    Expect to be told on cant no police help anyone when people are protecting murders..the only blame is the ones not telling who killed people it’s like protecting a child molester just wrong.

  12. LEO on October 27th, 2013 9:50 am

    Taylor
    Maybe so he was was doing something to change his life for the better. However that’s another issue with mr. Brown. Just check out Antonio’s court record. Now you tell me why a person who has just received a deal with sony records and has an opportunity to leave the lifestyle he is surrounded by; get involved with people or friends who are not trying to change? Sometime you may want to use your head to think and move on. As for trying to blame the sheriff for not being there; I’m pretty sure there were plenty witnesses around who may have saw something. But I guess the ” no snitching policy” is in effect in that area. So if you want to do something Taylor tell those individual who were there to give some information to the sheriffs office. Then maybe Greg’s demise won’t be unsolved and his family can get closure.

  13. john on October 27th, 2013 9:23 am

    Taylor:
    What is the Sheriffs Office supposed to do? Stand on every street . I like it when the people blame the ESCO for all this murder. The blame goes to the individuals doing the killing. All the citizens of these neighbor hoods need to come together and help the ESCO clean it up. Keep your mouth shut and these types of crime will continue. The only person you 100% truly know is yourself.

  14. Dejai Taylor on October 27th, 2013 5:22 am

    I know greg for ten years and this was no drug deal gone bad thank you we been doin music together hoping it might change our lives he just got a record deal with Sony music so tell your sheriff’s if they was around then they wouldn’t need a witness now

  15. Kandy on October 26th, 2013 10:45 pm

    Murder is a hard crime to stop…

  16. Everett on October 26th, 2013 8:33 pm

    We continue to live up to our “murder capitol” of the state. Don’t blame local LEO’s. They cant be everywhere all the time.

  17. Sue on October 26th, 2013 3:10 pm

    And another murder in Brownsville as well. I think the sheriff might want to change his “crime is down” tune.

  18. citizen on October 26th, 2013 1:52 pm

    Thank your Sheriff over there every chance you get.

  19. wm on October 26th, 2013 12:03 pm

    Drugs and Thugs on a Friday night… It IS a typical Friday night in parts of Pensacola!

  20. sparnell on October 26th, 2013 11:57 am

    drug deal gone bad? How is the whole easy money thing working out for them now? Sad for the innocents left behind

  21. Preda on October 26th, 2013 11:20 am

    This is sad….I hope they find the killer

  22. The Weave Meister on October 26th, 2013 9:28 am

    This is beginning to sound like a typical Friday night.





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