GLYNN COUNTY, GA -- We've learned more about the charges against the only man arrested so far in connection to Saturday's slayings.
The man heard on the dramatic 911 call, Guy Heinze, Jr., was arrested Sunday on charges including tampering with evidence, obstruction of an officer and illegal possession of prescription drugs and marijuana. Click here for a full transcript of the call.
First Coast News has learned the tampering charge is because police say Heinze removed a shotgun from the scene. According to the police report, Heinze put the gun in the trunk of his car.
He told police he believed the gun was stolen.
The report also indicates the obstruction charge is because Heinze didn't give factual information to detectives regarding his whereabouts the night before.
Chief Matt Doering has said that since his arrest, Heinze has been helpful, and that although it isn't ruled out, Heinze is not now considered a suspect.
Also just developing, the property manager has promised an additional $10,000 in the reward pot, meaning there is now a $35,000 reward for information leading to an arrest.
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