BY KELLI PEACOCK DUNNNews EditorLiberty County Sheriff Donnie Conyers has provided more details on last Wednesday night’s death of Blountstown Middle School coach, Tranum McLemore.”She had to leave to save her life,” Sheriff Conyers says of Winter McLemore, Tranum’s wife. Sheriff Conyers went on to say McLemore had become violent with Winter during an argument, to the point he was choking her. As she left the house, Sheriff Conyers says Winter reported hearing two gunshots. A neighbor confirmed hearing the shots and seeing Winter running from the house. The neighbor reported hearing multiple shots after Winter drove away. Sheriff Conyers says Winter’s clothing was tested for gun powder residue and she is not a suspect. “She didn’t kill him,” he tells The County Record. “I’m convinced it was self-inflicted and there was nobody else involved.”More details will be reported in this week’s print edition of The County Record, on news stands Wednesday morning.
NEWS ALERT – Sheriff Conyers on McLemore Case: “She Had To Leave To Save Her Life”
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