Eufaula Man Wanted on Capital Murder Charge

Eufaula Man Wanted on Capital Murder Charge

Authorities are still looking for Marques Ivory, 23, who is wanted on a capital murder charge in connection to a fatal shooting in Eufaula that took place around 10:45 p.m. on January 30th.  The 20-year-old victim of the shooting, Darrian Scott, was taken by private vehicle to Medical Center Barbour and later transferred to Southeast Alabama Medical Center by Eufaula Rescue where he was pronounced dead.  The incident was initially labeled as just a shooting but has since been upgraded to capital murder.

The shooting took place near State Docks Road where police confirm that Scott was shot in the back of the head while riding as a passenger in a vehicle.  Authorities believe the gun shot that killed Scott came from within the vehicle Scott traveled in.

Several law enforcement agencies continue to aggressively look for Ivory including the Fugitive Task Force and the United States Marshall Service.

The Eufaula Police Department considers Ivory to be armed and dangerous and should not be approached.  He is known to frequent the Bluff Park Apartment area as well as Georgetown, Georgia.  Officers describe Ivory as a black male, 5 foot 5 inches tall, and around 170 pounds.  He has a bald head or a shaved head with small dreads on top.

Anyone with information about Ivory’s whereabouts is urged to call the Eufaula Police Department at 334-687-1200.