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Third man arrested in home invasion and stabbing of tech CEO who was killed in his Georgia lakefront mansion on June 23
Travione Keonte Reynolds arrested on murder charge Thursday in Georgia
He was the final of three suspects to be apprehended in slaying of tech CEO
Two other suspects, Jeffrey Lee Wallace, and Kavion Wyzeenski Tookes, allegedly fled the crime scene in the victim’s car but crashed it in a high-speed police chase
Albert DeMagnus, 74, was stabbed to death during a home invasion in mansion 
His wife was home as well sleeping, but escaped the home invasion uninjured
Cops arrested two others in the crime, including one by posing as Lyft driver 
Wallace, 22, of Atlanta, and Tookes, 21, of Decatur, had been charged with malice murder in the death of Albert Eugene DeMagnus
21-year-old Reynolds, the third suspect was taken into custody a week after Albert DeMagnus was stabbed to death inside his home
He is charged with home invasion, armed robbery, possession of a firearm/knife and murder
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Third suspect Travione Keonte Reynolds, was taken into custody June, 29 by a sheriff  posing a s a Lyft driver

The third suspect in the brutal home invasion stabbing death of a tech CEO has been tracked down and apprehended.
Travione Keonte Reynolds, 21, was booked Thursday in Fayette County, Georgia on suspicion of murder in the June 23 slaying of 74-year-old Albert DeMagnus in his suburban lakefront mansion.
Reynolds was arrested by US Marshals some 40 miles away from the crime scene, in a residence in DeKalb County, according to Fayette Sheriff Barry Babb.
DeMagnus’ wife told police she awoke in the early morning hours hearing a disturbance in another part of the home and saw three men near her husband, who was suffering from an apparent stab wound.
One of the men, she said, had a gun and demanded cash, valuables and jewelry.
Two of them, later identified as Jeffery Wallace and Kavion Tookes jumped into the couple’s gray Lexus sports car and drove away, while the third, Reynolds, left the home on foot.

Jerry Wallace and Kevion Tokes1.pngAfter they crashed the victim’ car, the first two suspects Jeffery Wallace [left] and Kavion Tookes [right], were arrested last week. A third suspect, Travione Keonte Reynolds, (not pictured) was arrested June 23

That’s when the wife called 911, at around 2.30am.
The three men it was reported, broke into a large Fayette County home and killed the 74-homeowner, Albert DeMagnus, the CEO of Computer Management Services, Inc.
Jeffrey Lee Wallace, 22, of Atlanta, and Kavion Wyzeenski Tookes, 21, of Decatur, had been charged with malice murder in the death of Albert Eugene DeMagnus, the Fayette County Sheriff’s Office said.

Jeffrey Lee Wallace, 22, and Kavion Wyzeenski Tookes, 21, allegedly fled the crime scene in DeMagnus’ gray Lexus but crashed it in a high-speed police chase.
The two suspects were able to elude police on foot from the crime scene, and cops caught one of them using an improvised ‘Trojan horse’ strategy.
When a Lyft driver approached the police perimeter road checkpoint around 4.am to pick up a passenger in the area, cops got a hunch that her fare might be a suspect.
Sheriff Babb happened to drive the same kind of car as the Lyft driver, so he and three deputies loaded in and drove up to the pick-up point.
‘The subject walked all the way up, was about to open the door and get in our vehicle, when we exited and identified ourself as the sheriff’s office,’ Babb told the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

Reynolds, who allegedly fled in another vehicle, was able to elude arrest for nearly a week before authorities tracked him down on Thursday. A mugshot was not immediately available, but he is described as a black male, six-foot-four and 180lbs.

DeMagnus was taken from the crime scene to Piedmont Fayette Hospital, where he was pronounced dead.
He was the CEO of Computer Management Services, an IT contracting firm, according to the Georgia Secretary of State’s Office.
All three suspects in the case are being held without bond on charges of home invasion, armed robbery, and murder.

 

 

 

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