‘Disturbing’ posts linked to Ga. teen’s slaying suspects

Sam Poss (Credit: The Macon Telegraph)

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Sam Poss (Credit: The Macon Telegraph)

Facebook posts linked to suspects in the slaying of a Middle Georgia teen are "disturbing," according to a police officer quoted in a media report.

Brandon Warren’s page on the social media site contained the words, “Who could love you but the mold that sprouts from your cold sad corpse,” the Telegraph of Macon reported.

Also, a Facebook post that police have linked to Dakota White from September 2015 reads: “I wouldn’t mind taking a knife, shoving it into someones throat and just watch them choke on their own blood until they die,” the paper reported.

Of the posts, Perry police Capt. Heath Dykes said, “Honestly, they are disturbing,” according to the report.

Warren, 18, and White, 17, are charged with murder in connection with the death of Sam Poss, a 2016 graduate of Perry High School. Poss’ body was found late Wednesday in a wooded area after he was reported missing early Oct. 15.

The manner of death was strangulation, suffocation and/or stabbing, officials said.

At least one of the suspects knew Poss from school.

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