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Two people arrested in November homicide in Northport

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Northport Police say they have caught the two guys who killed a young woman back in November.

20 year old Lequincey Jamah Guyton, Jr. and 20-year old Lededrick Antwon Patton are charged with Capital Murder.  Police say they killed 21-year old Chasity Michelle Helton.

Helton was found dead early in the morning on November 11, 2011 at the Green Village Mobile Home Park. She had been shot.

Guyton and Patton were arrested on August 28, 2012.  They were taken into custody by the U.S. Marshal Task Force and turned over to the Tuscaloosa County Homicide Unit.

Guyton and Patton are being held in the Tuscaloosa County Jail without bond.

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