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   On the morning of April 4, 2017, Tammy Chambers Wolfe of Cedartown Georgia was murdered - she was shot twice and stabbed multiple times!! She was found later that afternoon in her car parked at the Polk Memory Gardens Cemetery. 6 weeks later on May 12, 2017, an arrest is made of the person of interest, Roe Dale Bowman of Cedartown Georgia -  but, he is NOT charged with Tammy's murder. Instead, he is charged only with possession of a firearm by a convicted felon. 4 days later on May 16, 2017, Roe Dale Bowman is released from jail on the account that he had been pardoned in 2013 resulting in his "Gun Rights" being restored following the "Aggravated Assault With A Firearm" offense that Roe Dale Bowman was convicted of in 2001.

UPDATE: Nearly a year after Tammy Chambers Wolfe was found brutally murdered in a cemetery in Polk County, police said they've found the man responsible.

Thursday, March 22, 2018, a grand jury has indicted Roe Bowman, 54, in the death of 50-year-old Tammy Chambers Wolfe. Investigators said Wolfe's body was found in her parked car at the Polk Memory Gardens last April.

Bowman was booked into the Polk County Jail. Det. Smith said he is responsible for stabbing and shooting death of his ex-girlfriend and former fiancée Tammy Wolfe in what POLICE ARE CALLING ONE OF THE WORST MURDERS THEY HAVE EVER SEEN!!!! "If convicted, he's facing a lifetime behind bars," Det. Smith said

   The parole board has restored gun rights for 32 people who committed murder or other forms of homicide, 44 sex offenders, 96 people convicted of aggravated assault, and 68 whose crimes included weapons offenses. Thirty-eight of those 68 had been found guilty of possession of a firearm by a convicted felon – a crime that a gun-rights pardon renders moot. As late as 2005, the parole board’s annual reports had referred to a policy to not restore gun rights for anyone who used a firearm while committing a crime. Beginning in 2006, the reports no longer contained such language.

    Through our long difficult journey and post-homicide experience, our family seeks justice not only for Tammy but for all victims of violent crimes nationwide. With your help, we can take one more step in putting an end to violent crimes and protecting our families and make our streets safe again by preventing violent crime offenders from having their "Gun Rights" restored.