Homerville, GA - On Saturday, May 10, 2014 at approximately 10:30 pm, the Clinch County Sheriff’s Department and Homerville Police Department responded to a multiple shooting in the “912 Club” in Homerville Georgia.  The Clinch County Sheriff’s Department requested assistance from the Georgia Bureau of Investigation.

Clayton Rolland Cross, 22, was found deceased after he was shot while inside the club. Cross is from Homerville but was attending college in Atlanta and was home for the weekend. Initial investigation revealed Cross was at the club to check on working as a DJ that night. Cross was talking to friends inside the club when he was shot.  He did not appear to be the intended target of the shooting. The GBI Crime Lab in Macon will be conducting an autopsy.

Dominique Ellis, 23, was also injured during the shooting by a suspected bullet fragment and was transported and later released from a local hospital.

On Sunday, May 11, the GBI obtained Felony Murder, Aggravated Assault, and Possession of Firearm during the Commission of a Crime arrest warrants for the following individuals:

Trevor Denard Posley, 22, of Homerville, GA

Dexter Jamal Freeney, 18, of Homerville, GA

Steven Maurice Monroe, 25, of Homerville, GA

Trevor Posley and Dexter Freeney have not been located as of this date. Steven Monroe was taken into custody in Clinch County earlier this date.


The investigation is still on-going; therefore no other details will be released at this time. If anyone has information pertaining to the investigation, please contact the GBI Douglas Office at 912-389-4103 or the Clinch County Sheriff’s Department at 912-487-5316.

Contact Information:

SAC Russell Mansfield 912-389-4103