Shelby County man now charged with four murders in two counties

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TIPTON COUNTY, Tenn. — A second suspect has now been charged in connection to a double homicide this summer in Tipton County.

The suspect is already behind bars for a separate double murder in Shelby County.

Michael Cullum, 46, of Millington, was booked Friday on murder, theft, arson and weapons charges for the murders of 66-year-old Robert Bailey and his 41-year-old daughter Tammie.

The two were found dead in their home on glen springs road in Drummonds back in July.

Cullum was given a million dollar bond in that case.

He’s already in the Shelby County jail on $2 million bond, for the murders of his two neighbors,  Brenda and Rhonda Dukes.

They were killed in their home outside Millington in June, just a month before the Drummonds murders.

Acording to police in that case, Cullum admitted to friends he killed the women, then took Lortab tablets from their house.

Cullum has an extensive criminal history dating back to the 90’s, including charges for aggravated burglary, aggravated assault and evading arrest.

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