Case of the Month: Brandon Tyree McCullough

Case of the Month: Brandon T. McCullough

Brandon T. McCullough/Savannah Now

Case of the Month: Brandon Tyree McCullough (25) was killed outside his Oaks of Brandlewood apartment in Savannah (Georgia) shortly before 8pm on December 27, 2009. He had a gunshot wound to his head.

Canvassing the area didn’t give the authorities enough information to conduct a successful investigation. They still wish to talk to people. Some neighbours may have moved away not knowing that Brandon’s case was never solved.

There is hardly anything online. Was there a fight? How many people were involved? Did anyone hear a car, a fight or, yelling? Did anyone hear footsteps? What kind of weapon was used? How many shots were heard?

I realize that this is a very short post. Brandon hardly has a digital footprint. If you have any information to add such as memories, pictures or, have links to newspaper articles that I missed, please contact me. His family is still waiting for answers.

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If you have any information that can help the police solve this crime please call the anonymous Crime Stoppers service at 912-234-2020 or text CRIMES (274637) using the keyword CSTOP2020. Police investigators can be reached confidentially at 912-525-3124.

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In the series “Case of the Month” I highlight old cold cases. These posts are not an in-depth analysis and of course, sometimes more information can be found online and in newspaper archives. The goal of these posts is to get the cases back in the spotlights, to get people talking again, and if anything to make sure that we do not forget the victims. Just because their cases are cold does not mean that we can forget about them.

If you have any thoughts about this case then I encourage you to post them on your own social media platforms such as Twitter, Facebook, Google Plus, etc. Every time that we mention Brandon’s online we enhance his digital footprint.

We must make sure that Brandon gets a bigger web presence if we ever wish to find answers in his case. You can help by linking to or sharing this post.

Thank you for remembering Brandon Tyree McCullough with us.

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Resources:

Savannah Now

WSAV

WTOC