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Man wanted for double NC homicide and Georgetown CVS robbery found dead in PA

(Source: City of Georgetown Police) (Source: City of Georgetown Police)
(Source: Georgetown Police) (Source: Georgetown Police)

GEORGETOWN, SC (WMBF) - Officers with the Georgetown Police Department were searching for a man who robbed the CVS in Georgetown early November; the suspect was found dead at a motel in Pennsylvania Saturday night November 7, according to the Bensalem Police Department.

Police identified the suspect as Lloyd Franklin out of North Carolina. He and his wife were persons of interest in a double homicide in Davidson County NC, according to Georgetown Police. 

Bensalem Police said they were patrolling the area of the Knights Inn and discovered someone staying in the room had an active PA arrest warrant out.

When officers entered the room, shots were fired by one of the suspects. Officers gained cover outside the motel room. The Bucks County South SWAT team responded and the two suspects were arrested and a third suspect was dead inside the room with an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head.

The deceased was identified as 34-year-old Lloyd Wayne Franklin. The two additional occupants were identified as James Miller and Jennifer Lanning.

Miller has an active PA warrant for parole violation and will be sent to the Bucks County Correctional Facility.

It was discovered that Lloyd Franklin and Jennifer Lanning both had active arrests warrants out of Davidson County, North Carolina for homicide, according to police. Lanning will be sent to the Bucks County Correctional Facility.

Bensalem and Bucks County Detectives are currently investigating. Bensalem Police said, this is an active investigation and no more information is being released at this time.

To view previous coverage on the CVS robbery, click here 

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