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Grandson charged in death of retired Halifax contractor / December 10, 2018

Police have arrested a suspect in the July 19 slaying of a retired Halifax-area drywall contractor: the man’s grandson, Journy Lee Snead.

Snead was indicted Thursday by a Halifax County grand jury of first-degree murder of Floyd Crider, a former self-employed drywall hanging contractor who was found dead at his Sweeney Road residence in Halifax, the victim of blunt force trauma injuries to the head.

Snead, 32, was picked up east of Danville Thursday night by Pittsylvania County authorities after a capias warrant was issued for his arrest. He is being held with no bond at the Blue Ridge Regional Jail in Halifax awaiting an advisement hearing in Circuit Court, possibly this week.

According to his Facebook page, Snead lives in Danville and works as a pipe welder. Online court records state he is from Halifax. Sheriff Fred Clark said he maintains residences in both counties.

Clark declined to comment on the case.

Crider, 75 years old at the time of his death, lived with his wife on Sweeney Trail prior to his death on July 19. Halifax County Sheriff’s Office responded to the home after receiving a call placed by a family member on the night of Crider’s death. When police arrived they found Crider lying unconscious on the floor of the residence. Efforts to revive him were unsuccessful.

Crider was a native of Pulaski.

The grand jury issued the direct indictment for Snead’s arrest after receiving information about the case from local authorities. An indictment is not a finding of guilt, but rather a determination that sufficient evidence exists to bring the case to trial.

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