Talmadge shot both men and ran away, authorities told the news outlet. Fabian Anglin, 42, survived the shooting, but Anthony Anglin, 38, later died in a hospital. New Jersey authorities charged Talmadge with possession of a weapon and murder.
Authorities tracked Talmadge to a location in Alabama on Wednesday morning, but he got away, according to Cherokee sheriff’s spokesman Capt. Jay Baker. By the afternoon, U.S. marshals had contacted the Cherokee sheriff’s office and said Talmadge might be in Georgia.