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voiceofreason
12-13-2019, 12:30 PM
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Slain University of South Alabama professor remembered as Ďtruly great personí
Updated Nov 21, 2019

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Students and faculty at the University of South Alabama are in mourning after a professor was found dead inside his home Wednesday afternoon.

The Mobile Police Department launched a homicide investigation after Matthew Wiser, 39, was found at his home in the 3400 block of Gaillard Road in West Mobile at approximately 3:35 p.m. suffering from an apparent fatal gunshot.

Campus police were doing a welfare check on Wiser at the time of the discovery.

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Arrests made in USA professor murder case
Posted on Dec 13, 2019

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MOBILE, Ala. (WALA) -- Two arrests were made Friday in the murder of University of South Alabama professor Dr. Matt Wiser.

Police say Tiquez Timmons and Derric Scott, both 20, are both charged with felony murder in the case.

Wiser, an economics professor at USA, was found shot to death on November 20 at his home on Gaillard Drive. Police say they believe he died during a burglary.

Police Chief Lawrence Battiste said there could be more arrests in the case.

voiceofreason
12-17-2019, 03:55 AM
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Nintendo Switch led to break in murder case involving South Alabama professor
Posted on Dec 16, 2019

MOBILE, Ala. (WALA) ó A video game provided the key break in a homicide case that had stumped investigators, according to information provided by prosecutors in court.

Mobile County Assistant District Attorney Keith Blackwood said at a bail hearing that a burglar who broke into University of South Alabama professor Matthew Wiserís home on Nov. 20 and stole a Nintendo Switch. Blackwood said police later tracked down defendant Tiquez Timmons by tracing the game systemís online activity.

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voiceofreason
02-18-2020, 05:58 AM
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3rd person arrested in University of South Alabama professor murder
Updated Feb 17, 2020

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A third arrest was made in connection to the murder of University of South Alabama economics professor Matthew Wiser, police announced Monday afternoon.

Mobile police arrested Curtis Anthony Womack Jr., 23. Womack is being charged with murder of Wiser, as well as possession of marijuana second degree on an unrelated case.