BREAKING: Champaign Police arrest 4, seeking 2 in Ashley Gibson case

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BREAKING: Champaign Police say two arrest warrants have been issued, and four arrests have been made, in connection with the dismemberment of Ashley Gibson.

The six individuals, identified as Deundrea Weatherspoon, Reginald Logan, Davion Hedrick, Donte Meeks, Randale Banks, and Javon Tate face a charge of dismemberment of a human body.  Champaign police say Hedrick, Logan, Banks, and Tate are currently in custody, and that arrest warrants have been issued for Meeks and Weatherspoon.

Champaign County Coroner Duane Northrup says the preliminary results of Gibson's autopsy did not reveal any evidence of fatal injuries prior to death.

If you have any information on the whereabouts of Meeks or Weatherspoon, you are asked to call the Champaign Police Department.  We will provide more information as it becomes available.

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