Two new arrests made in Inverness double-murder case

Published 12:00 am Tuesday, April 18, 2006

From Staff Reports

The Shelby County Sheriff&8217;s office confirmed last Friday that two more suspects have been arrested in the double murder case at an Inverness apartment complex two weeks ago.

Birmingham residents LaKesha Daniels, 30, and Roosevelt J.R. Ware, 33, were charged with the murders of 26-year-old Michael Adrian Edwards of Shelby County and 28-year-old Ulesha Renee Stoner, 28, of Shelbyville, Ky.

Edwards&8217; ex-girlfriend, Tia Shuntraneke Davis was charged with capital murder a few days after the crime. Ware has also been charged with capital murder while Daniels was charged with murder.

Ware was arrested in Ohio on Wednesday by U.S. marshals and will be extradited back to Shelby County, the sheriff&8217;s office confirmed on Friday.

&8220;I would like to thank everyone who contributed to this investigation,&8221; Shelby County Sheriff Chris Curry said in a statement, &8220;and appreciate the swift actions of the United States Marshal&8217;s Service.&8221;