Man charged with murder of alleged accomplice

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August 03, 2022

A man accused of accidentally killing his alleged partner-in-crime has been charged with murder. Prosecutors allege that Miguel Lewis, 26, of Lincoln Boulevard South, killed Ken Lewis Jr. by mistake on July 25.

 

It’s alleged that men exited an orange car with guns and opened fire on Donald Cox, Leander Cox, Marquin Williams and Randy Mackey.
The alleged targets of the gunfire escaped without injuries. However, in a strange twist of fate, prosecutors claim that Lewis shot Ken Lewis dead.
Lewis is charged with the murder of his alleged co-conspirator in the murder plot. He’s also charged with the attempted murders of the Cox brothers, Williams and Mackey. Additionally, he’s accused of possession of a firearm with the intent to endanger their lives.
Lewis, who is represented by Ian Cargill, did not have to enter pleas to the charges when he appeared before Magistrate Samuel McKinney.
He returns to court on October 11 to receive a voluntary bill of indictment.

It’s alleged that men exited an orange car with guns and opened fire on Donald Cox, Leander Cox, Marquin Williams and Randy Mackey.

The alleged targets of the gunfire escaped without injuries. However, in a strange twist of fate, prosecutors claim that Lewis shot Ken Lewis dead.

Lewis is charged with the murder of his alleged co-conspirator in the murder plot. He’s also charged with the attempted murders of the Cox brothers, Williams and Mackey. Additionally, he’s accused of possession of a firearm with the intent to endanger their lives.

Lewis, who is represented by Ian Cargill, did not have to enter pleas to the charges when he appeared before Magistrate Samuel McKinney.

He returns to court on October 11 to receive a voluntary bill of indictment.

 

 

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News date : 08/03/2022    Category : Court, Crime, Nassau Guardian Stories

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