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A Nintendo console is credited with leading the Area authorities to get the two men accused of robbing and killing a University of South Alabama, associate professor of economics.
Mobile County Assistant District Attorney Keith Blackwood said the burglars who broke into st. Matthew’s Pointer is at home, in the Nov. 20 and stole a Nintendo’s Turn. After a few weeks of investigation, police were finally able to track down a suspect Tiquez Timmons by the back-tracking by the system of the game and on the website, Blackwood said.
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Mobile police chief Lawrence Battiste said it in the first place, there is not much evidence to go on, but it says that the researchers “were able to pick out the most minute of things, and that will break the case.
Timmons and Derric Scott, both 20, were arrested and charged with the crime of murder on Friday. They have pleaded not guilty in a Mobile courtroom on Wednesday morning.
Derric Scott, and Tiquez Timmons were charged with the crime of murder in the death of one of the University of South Alabama economics professor, He is Wiser from this.
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The plaintiffs believe, the Wiser of the assassination was to take place in a home invasion in West Orange, and that he had been chosen at random.
“Timmons would be to have a drop-off for Scott to go and burglarize homes, and he would get it and she said that the problem is somewhere else,” Blackwood said in the court of law. He added that the break-in, it was a pattern, and claimed that it was Scott who fired the shot that killed the Pointer.
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A preliminary hearing is scheduled for Jan. 16, by the year 2020.