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The Pennsylvania State Police received information Saturday that an automobile fitting the description of Waters’ vehicle was parked at an abandoned house near Salemville Road in New Enterprise. Brad Codd found Waters and her dog dead in the rear of the vehicle. Waters was pronounced dead by Coroner Sam Gordon at p.m. It was determined that Hardwick and Moye had discussed robbing someone for marijuana for several weeks.
Moye had also been talking about shooting someone for several weeks.
Police said they arrested those two as they tried to gain entry at a nearby home.
Johnson County prosecutors have charged Hakeem Willie Malik, 18, Londro Emanuel Patterson, 19, Deanthony Armond Wiley, 19, and Nicquan Ke-Aaron Midgyett, 19, with felony first-degree murder. One of the injured suspects fled along with the getaway driver.
They drove a very short distance and then parked the car. A few seconds later, he shot her a second time — in the head.
One of the teens then shot the dog — however, it has not yet been determined who actually fired the shots into the dog.
of Roaring Springs were being held without bail Monday in the Bedford County Jail, according to the Bedford County District Attorney’s Office.
Deauntay Dontaz Moye, 16, of Woodbury, and Ryan James Hardwick, 15, of Martinsburg, were taken into custody early Sunday morning and arraigned before Magisterial District Judge Brian Baker.
Two of the suspects are in fair condition at Overland Park Regional Hospital. A third suspect remains hospitalized at the University of Kansas City Hospital. A Go account has been created to assist with store expenses, including cleanup, repairs and other business expenses related to the crime. The Kansas State Rifle Association has also established a fund to to help Becky Bieker with funeral and other expenses. Police say Gerian Eugene Taylor turned himself in Sunday.