Man accused of killling co-worker turns himself in

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The man accused of killing a co-worker on the job turned himself in on Monday, a week after the murder.

In a news release, the Clayton County Sheriff’s Office announced that 37-year-old Antwan Latrell Thomas turned himself in Monday morning.

Sheriff Victor Hill ordered Thomas be placed number 2 on Clayton County’s Ten Most Wanted list after the May 23 murder outside XPO Logistics on Southlake Parkway.

The arrest comes the day after the family of the victim, 47-year-old Travis Castile, made a public plea for Thomas to come forward.

Relatives described Castile as a fun-loving father of an adult son.

That's why it’s hard for his sisters, including Mary Jane Gray, to come to terms with the circumstances surrounding his death.

"That was really senseless because neither one of them was in charge and even if they were, it wasn't worth a life," Gray said.
Gray told FOX 5’s Marissa Mitchell Sunday that she is also praying for the Thomas family

Castile's family pleaded Sunday for the suspect to turn himself in.

"Let the police handle the situation. Live life, young man. You still have a life to live," Gray added.

Thomas is being held in the Clayton County Jail.