By: Bailey Myers
June 11, 2013
Tallahassee, FL - A local hangout spot in Quincy turns into a murder scene-- and a local man is now facing second degree murder charges. It all started on this quiet gravel road. But on May 30th, cops say one thing led to another and that gravel road wasn't so quiet anymore.
Assistant Chief of Police, Glenn Sapp explained, "The two gentlemen that are known to each other got in sort of an argument and we are not sure what it was about. It involved some shoving between the two."
It was after the scuffle that the victim decided to sit down in a chair on this street but that was when the suspect came at the victim with a stick from behind. The suspect is 45-year-old Gregory Lamar Harris, and he is accused of beating 41 year old Glenn Allen Holley till he was bleeding and unconscious. Holley has since died from his injuries.
And suddenly this quiet street in this quiet neighborhood is buzzing.
One neighbor, Nerissa Green said she "was shocked when I heard this. Because I didn't think he would do anything like that. He's not known to be a violent person."
Now with one man dead and another in jail, those seats outside this home remain empty.
Harris is being held in the Gadsden County Jail, awaiting trial.
Press Release: Quincy Police Department
On May 30th The Quincy Police Department responded to the outdoor roadway area of 326 Valley Drive in reference to an injured man bleeding from the head. Upon arrival police found the victim, Glenn Allen Holley, 41 of Quincy. The victim was sitting in a chair bleeding profusely and un-responsive.
The initial investigation revealed that the victim and suspect had been at this location involved in an altercation involving some shoving. After the altercation ended the victim sat down in a chair. At this point the suspect picked up a nearby stick from the ground and struck the victim several times about the head. The victim was taken to TMH where he remained. The suspect, Gregory Lamar Harris, 45, was located nearby and arrested and charged with Aggravated Battery at that time.
On Monday, June 10, 2013 the victim Mr. Holley died from these injuries.
A warrant has been obtained upgrading Mr. Harris’ charge to second degree murder. Mr. Harris is being held in the Gadsden County Jail.
Arrested: Gregory Lamar Harris, 45, of 326 Valley Drive, Quincy, Fl.
Charge: 2nd degree Murder
Quincy Police ask anyone who may have witnessed this crime or have additional information to contact the QPD Criminal Investigations at (850) 627-7111.