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Accused triple murderer makes second bail

Accus바카라ed triple murderer makes second bail

The third accused in the m더킹카지노urder of Michael Smith, 25, pleaded guilty Thursday to robbery and attempted murder.

Prosecutors alleged his accomplice beat Smith to death with a broomstick as they stole $15,000 worth of drugs from Smith’s family’s home in December.

The indictment said Anthony Mays, 27, told Smith to drop the knife when he got up and told him, “I’m going to get you.”

Mays, who turned himself in Friday in Washington state, faces up to 40 years in prison if convicted. He’s scheduled for a January trial.

An FBI official with experience in the drug trade said the drug ring began when Smith and his family moved into an isolated section of the rural community of Waukesha, which Smith caljarvees.comled the “cure center of the world.”

Mays was part of a local drug gang and helped the group procure heroin and other drugs, according to the indictment.

The court documents detailed how Smith was beaten to death with a broomstick at an apartment complex on Dec. 18, 2016. It said he was shot five times in the head and stomach. He died from his injuries two days later.

The third defendant, Joseph James, 29, also pleaded guilty to robbing and attempted robbery.

James and Mays were part of a small group of two that police said had been plotting the crime since October. They were arrested Dec. 28.

Prosecutors alleged Smith and James robbed the apartment building of the family’s home and took $65,000 in cash when they were in hiding, while Smith tried to flee.

Police said Smith’s family was left to fend for themselves with no electricity or running water.