(KSLA) — The man suspected of killing a Bossier City native and her 4-year-old son might have been seen in Georgia, CBS affiliate THV11 reports.
Camden, Ark., police reported the tip, and U.S. marshals are investigating the possible sighting, according to an account by the Little Rock, Ark., television station.
Jory John Worthen, 24, of Bearden, Ark., is being sought on two counts of capital murder.
The bodies of his girlfriend, 20-year-old Alyssa Renee’ Cannon, and her son, Marshall Braydon Ray Ponder, were discovered June 25 in her home on Ronald Drive in Camden, Ark.
Worthen allegedly was seen Sunday night as a passenger in a late-model red Camaro at a Shell gas station in Sylvester, Ga., according to a Facebook post by Gonzalez Bonding Co.
The post by the Reidsville, Ga., company goes on to say that Worthen allegedly was clean shaven but had longer sideburns and longer, dark-colored hair. He also reportedly was wearing a blue ball cap, a black shirt with the sleeves rolled up and dark-colored jeans.
The bonding company’s post also states that there is a $7,000 reward and asks that tips be made by calling (770) 268-0669 or sending email to Tips@bikersagainstabuse.org
Worthen stands 6′2″ tall, weighs 157 pounds and has brown eyes, brown hair and multiple tattoos.
Photographs shared by authorities show those tattoos include a winged skull on his chest, a cross with the words “Matthew 7:6” on his right forearm, barbed wire on his left bicep and ones that read “XI-XX-XVI” elsewhere on his arms.
Authorities have said that he should be considered to be armed and dangerous.
At one point, police said Worthen could have been in Wichita, Kan., but he never surfaced there.
And in August, the U.S. Marshals Service reported that it had information leading authorities to focus their search in the Western U.S. and Canada.
Police also have said that Worthen could be driving Cannon’s 2007 white Honda Accord with Arkansas license plate 921YBE.
The U.S. Marshals Service asks that tips about Worthen be submitted by calling toll-free at (800) 336-0102, going to this internet site or using the service’s Tips app.