Suspect Identified in Augusta Murder: Ryon Mcconey Lewis Wanted for Gun Death

Augusta, Georgia – Authorities in Richmond County have identified the suspect involved in the recent shooting death of 37-year-old Gregory Dunn. The suspect, Ryon Mcconey Lewis, 39, is wanted for murder and weapon possession and is considered armed and dangerous by authorities.

Dunn was fatally shot at the intersection of Tudor Drive and Carp Drive in Augusta, according to Coroner Mark Bowen. He was pronounced dead at the scene early Wednesday morning. The incident occurred approximately a mile and a half from Dunn’s residence on Thomas Lane.

Lewis, also known as N.O., is known to frequent the Fish Village and Boy Scout Road neighborhoods. Authorities have noted that he has family ties in New Orleans. Anyone with information on Lewis’s whereabouts is urged to contact Inv. Tyler Steerman or any Violent Crimes Investigator at the Richmond County Sheriff’s Office.

The community is urged to remain vigilant and cautious as Lewis is still at large. The authorities have emphasized the importance of public cooperation in apprehending Lewis to ensure the safety of the community.

The tragic shooting has left residents in the area deeply concerned about their safety and the rise of gun violence in the community. Local officials are working diligently to address these issues and ensure justice is served for the victim and their loved ones.

Efforts are underway to provide support and resources to those affected by the violence as the community comes together to mourn the loss of Gregory Dunn. Authorities are urging anyone with information to come forward and assist in the ongoing investigation.

As the search for Ryon Mcconey Lewis continues, the community remains on edge, hoping for a swift resolution to this devastating crime. Authorities are working tirelessly to track down the suspect and bring him to justice for his alleged involvement in Dunn’s untimely death. If you have any information on Lewis’s whereabouts, please reach out to the Richmond County Sheriff’s Office immediately.