Atlanta Rapper & Cousin Found Murdered in Macon County, Reward Offered for Information on Case

29-year-old Edward Reeves and 30-year-old Kendrick Stokes went to a show in Montgomery the weekend of November 5.

Two days later, worried family and friends called officials to report the two missing.

“It’s the worst thing in the world for a parent to endure,” said Felicia Stokes Webster, Kendrick’s Mother.

Reeves, an Atlanta rapper, known as “Bambino Gold” was found Friday afternoon.

A local man walking down County Road 13 spotted his body.

A few miles down Highway 80 W, a Macon County investigator found Stokes’ body.

“It didn’t look like they were really trying to hide the bodies from where we found them neither one of them were far off the roadway,” said Macon County Sheriff, Andre Brunson.

So far, no leads or motive and Sheriff Brunson believes they weren’t murdered in Macon County. They’re bodies, just placed there.

“It’s unfortunate they were found in Macon County. At least we can give some closure to that part of it. My condolences go out to the family and we will do everything we can to find out what happened to them. Certainly on our part,” said Sheriff Brunson.

Crimestoppers offering a reward for information on the murders.

“This has turned into a homicide investigation so we are offering $1,000 for any information that leads to the arrests to the persons responsible,” said Tony Garrett, Executive Director of Central Alabama Crimestoppers.

They said they’ll talk about increasing that reward as well.

According to Montgomery police, they were seen that day driving a white 2016 Honda CRV with a Georgia tag. But, that car is now missing.

Macon County Sheriff’s Office, State Bureau Of Investigation, as well as Montgomery Police are working this case. So, if you have any information you can call those agencies or crime stoppers at 215-STOP. You can remain anonymous.

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