Tamecia Perry and Danurah Jones, both natives of Thomasville, were contestants on “Wheel of Fortune” recently. Their appearance, part of "Military Families Week," will be aired by WCTV on Monday at 7 p.m. Perry currently lives in San Diego, Calif., where she is stationed as a logistics specialist in the U.S. Navy. She has two sons and enjoys traveling in her free time. Her brother Danurah is a sergeant in the U.S. Marine Corps and is also stationed in the San Diego area. He has one son and enjoys camping and traveling in his free time. Perry and Jones grew up watching “Wheel” and were thrilled to share this experience. They applied to be contestants online at WheelofFortune.com.
Damien Allan Holloway, 21, 1525 Summerhill Road, Lot 10, is charged with killing his nine-month-old daughter, Madelyn Brooke Holloway.
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