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A mobile phone, a razor, and flashlight.
|Larry Eugene Brown was 74-years-old on July 29, 2015, when three blacks murdered him for the $3 he was carrying|
Three Greensboro teens accused of killing a man with a fire extinguisher over the meager contents in his pockets were indicted by a Guilford County grand jury this week.
Larry Eugene Brown, 74, of 133 Greenbriar Road Apt. A was killed July 29 while walking to the bus. He died of massive blunt force trauma to the head, according to police. An arrest warrant states Brown was struck with a fire extinguisher. He was robbed of his wallet, a flashlight, a cell phone and $3.
D’Angelo Nathaniel Matthews, 17, of 3503 Sherbourne Lane, is indicted on charges of first-degree murder, robbery with a dangerous weapon and conspiracy to commit robbery with a dangerous weapon. He was previously only charged with the first two counts.
“There was evidence to support the (additional) charge,” said Howard Neumann, Guilford County chief assistant district attorney who will try the case.
One of the three black "teens" who murdered Brown so they could obtain pocket change...
In addition to Matthews, Christopher Shakel Williams, 16, of 3616 Martin Ave., and Ketrellia Monaja Harris, 15, of 1326 Ogden St., are indicted on the same charges as Matthews. The trio is accused of conspiring to rob Brown that morning, then hitting and killing him with a fire extinguisher.
Williams was 15 at the time of the crime and Harris was 14, according to police. Both were initially charged in juvenile court and had court hearings on Sept. 3 to transfer their cases to Guilford County Superior Court, according to court documents. The cases were transferred based on the seriousness of charges. Both suspects had family attend the hearings, court documents state.
Brown usually walked to the bus each morning about 5 a.m. Police received two calls about a man down in the area on July 29 — one at 5:30 a.m., and another about 6:10 a.m. Brown was found off the side of the road near Church Street and Greenbriar Road, with a powder that appeared to be from a fire extinguisher on and around him, court documents state. A zip tab similar to what’s used to secure a fire extinguisher was found in the road.Three dollars...
At the rate America is headed, it won't be long until D’Angelo Nathaniel Matthews, Christopher Shakel, and Ketrellia Monaja Harris are released from prison, for they committed no crime in ending Brown's white privilege.