Douglas Glenn Parker, 54, was charged with the June 1, 2012 murders of his mother Edna Fields, 71, and his sister Rebecka June Wade, 45, at the Field’s home in Ranger.
Parker’s case was brought before Magistrate Judge John Leggett on Thursday, Nov. 8 to determine if there was probable cause for Parker’s arrest.
Earl Glover of the Georgia Bureau of Investigations (GBI) gave his account of the crime scene and the investigation of the murders.
Glover said the GBI office was notified by the Gordon County Sheriff’s Office, and said he arrived on the scene during the early morning of June 2.
Glover recounts walking up to the house and seeing two .22 caliber shell casings lying on the front porch, and two lying next to the body of Edna Fields, who was lying in the doorway.
“She had been shot one time in the head,” Glover said.
Glover then said he walked into the house and went into the front bedroom where Rebecka Wade’s body was lying on the bed on her back.
“She had been shot multiple times,” Glover said. “She had gunshot wounds in her face, chest, abdominal area and a graze wound on her wrist area.”
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