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Four teenagers were charged with murder Wednesday in connection with a deadly shooting that left three young men and one young woman was killed in a gary, Indiana, apartment early this month.
The four male suspects, and three of them are 19 and 17-years-old, are facing multiple murder and robbery resulting in serious bodily harm for their alleged role in the Sept. 5 shooting in Indianapolis, Ind.
Cameron Banks, 19; Lesean Watkins, 19; Rodreice Anderson, 19, and Mr. Banks, 17, had scheduled the first public hearings on Thursday afternoon. Mr. Banks, Who’s younger brother has been charged as an adult, Marion County, prosecutors said.
From left to right, are: Rodreice Anderson, Lasean Watkins
The victims have been identified as Jalen Roberts, 19; Marcel, Wills,, 20; Braxton Ford, 21, and Kimari, Hunt, was 21. It is the city’s first quadruple homicide ever since the end of 2015.
“I just want to shout to the fast-paced action and well-thought out studies of the work of the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department [impd], as well as with the co-operation and the co-operation of the members of the community,” Mayor Joe Hogsett said in a statement. “While there is nothing that will bring us back to the three young men whose lives were cut far too short by the senseless violence, the costs of which will serve as a useful step in the direction of providing justice to the affected families.”
From left to right, are: Mr. Banks, Cameron Banks
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The Marion County Prosecutor Ryan Mears emphasised the importance of the community for advice on how to resolve the issue. A witness saw the broken apartment and the patio door at the scene of the crime, and thought that it was possible to be shot out. The witness called the police and told them to “subjects” were seen fleeing the scene. The caller provided a vehicle description, and investigators determined that the vehicle is at the surveillance video, according to the affidavit.
The presence of four of the victims in the ravaged apartment. The drawers were pulled from dressers and an empty safe deposit box with the key still inside, was found in the closet. Two of the guns were also missing from the statement.
After a witness told investigators the car was a gold ’88 Oldsmobile, and they were able to get the license plate number through the surveillance footage, and police have determined the vehicle was registered to Anderson. Another witness, who knew that the man was in a position to identify the other four, according to The Indianapolis Star.
If there are any questions about the fatal night, Anderson initially denied any involvement, and said that he had been at the home of his father at that moment in time. He told me that his car has been stolen and is returned to you, without having to delete it. He told investigators that he was done talking.
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Later, Anderson asked the detective: “So, you’re not going to have to come back here and talk to me?” The detective asked mr. Anderson what he wanted to say, and that Anderson admitted to driving the getaway vehicle that night, according to court documents.
Anderson told police he got “This, Sean, and Cameron,” and it was said that the teens discussed the act of committing a robbery that night. They were in contact with someone in the house to buy marijuana and decided to put Anderson as the driver of the getaway car.
Mr. Anderson said that all three of the suspects in the apartment were armed. He said that he had heard “lots of gunshots before the suspects ran back to the car, carrying duffel bags and other stolen goods.
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“It breaks your heart to see the four young men who lost their lives and more than that, in essence, nothing. On the other side of the table, you’ve got people who are charged with multiple counts of murder,” Mears said.
He added: “If they’re convicted, we don’t talk about it for decades. We’re talking centuries.”
The Associated Press contributed to this report.