INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — An Indianapolis family gets the gift of closure for Christmas after a 19-year-old murder victim’s alleged killer is caught.
The man accused of killing Fairley Griffie was caught in Illinois. 20-year-old Jordan Taber is facing charges of murder and possession of a firearm by a serious violent felon.
“It gives me a little closure and I am extremely blessed that they did find him,” said Griffie’s mother, Latasha Brownlee.
Taber was caught after being on the run for six months. Griffie was killed after a party at Carriage West Apartments on June 4. IMPD issued a warrant for Griffie’s arrest in August. He was arrested on December 24.