3rd suspect charged with murder, home invasion in Egypt Covington’s death
A third suspect has been formally charged with murder in the 2017 killing of Van Buren Township woman Egypt Covington. Shandon Ray Groom, a 28-year-old from Toledo was charged Thursday with murder and home invasion three years after Covington was found bound and shot in her home. The arrest is another piece of the puzzle in the case and for her family, it’s another step toward justice. He was charged with felony murder and two counts of first degree home invasion. “It brings it all to life and we now have faces that we can get mad at instead wondering what we didn’t know,” Lindsay Brink said.
3rd suspect charged in 2017 murder of Egypt Covington at Van Buren Twp home
Shandon Ray Groom, 28, from Toledo, Ohio, was charged with murder on Dec. 31, 2020 in the 2017 killing of Egypt Covington at her Van Buren Township home. A third suspect has been formally charged with murder in the 2017 killing of Van Buren Township woman Egypt Covington. On Dec. 31, the Wayne County Prosecutor charged Shandon Ray Groom, 28, of Toledo, Ohio, with felony murder and first-degree home invasion in connection with the Egypt Covington case. Covington, 27, was found shot to death inside her home in Van Buren Township on June 23, 2017 by her then-boyfriend. Shane Lamar Evans, 31, from Sumpter Township, Michigan was charged with murder and first-degree home invasion in connection with the case.