GBI Seeks Public’s Help In Cracking 2014 Murder Case

The Georgia Bureau of Investigation is requesting the public’s help regarding a Toccoa murder that occurred nine years ago.

According to GBI’s Special Agent in Charge Kimberly Williams, March 18th marked the 9th anniversary of Montevious Flentall’s murder.

Agents and investigators want to bring closure to this case for Flentall’s family and justice to those responsible for his death.

The GBI is asking the public to contact law enforcement and provide any detail, no matter how small, about the days surrounding Flentall’s murder that may help solve the case.

Williams says the community’s involvement is so important in the successful outcome of this and other cases.

Flentall was found fatally shot in his Pageland Drive home, in Toccoa, during the early morning hours of Tuesday, March 18, 2014.

Information was received about several individuals quickly leaving the area of the home in a gray Ford Edge.

That vehicle was seen traveling from Toccoa all the way to Seneca, South Carolina.

The GBI is encouraging anyone with any information about Flentall, his death, anyone around Pageland Drive during the early morning hours prior to 8:30 a.m. on March 18, 2014, or anyone with information about the responsible individuals or the Ford Edge are encouraged to contact the GBI Office in Cleveland at 706-348-4866 and speak with Special Agent Derek Glasco or the Toccoa Police Department at 706-282-3244.

Anonymous tips can also be submitted by calling 1-800-597-8477, online at, or by downloading the See Something, Send Something mobile app.