UPDATE January 9, 2013 10:03 p.m.
BAINBRIDGE, Ga. (WTXL)--An accused killer, who was on the run for more than two months, is now in the Decatur County Jail.
Investigators say Dorian Goss was booked into the jail Wednesday afternoon.
Goss is accused of stabbing Ervin Flanders Jr. several times, killing him. It happened at the Bainbridge Shrine Club in October.
Goss was taken into custody Monday when the U.S. Marshal Service arrested him at a hotel in Atlanta. He is charged with murder.
BAINBRIDGE, Ga. -- The man accused of stabbing another man to death outside the Bainbridge Shrine Club is now in custody, according to Decatur County investigators.
The suspect, 22-year old Dorian Goss, was arrested by the U.S. Marshals in Atlanta and taken to the Dekalb County Jail, according to investigators.
Goss is accused of murdering Ervin Flanders Jr in October. Deputies say two men were fighting over a woman before the stabbing.
Since then, Goss has been on the run. Family and friends of Flanders held a vigil to demand justice in his death on Wednesday, December 26.
Flanders was 27 at the time of his death. He would have turned 28 on December 24.