Case Against Teen Capital Murder Suspects Moves Forward in Selma


By George McDonald

From the West Alabama Newsroom--  The case against two Selma teenagers charged with capital murder and robbery -- is now headed to a Dallas County grand jury.

District Judge Bob Armstrong found enough probable cause -- for the case against the two teens to move forward.
John Jones and Larry Hunter are charged with capital murder and robbery in the death of 18 year old Alexis Hunter.

District Attorney Michael Jackson say they shot and killed Hunter -- stole her cell phone -- and the cell phones of two friends she was with.

"You had the shooter and then you had the accomplice who robbed one of the girls after the, right after the shooting, they both were involved," said Jackson.

Both suspects are being held at the Dallas County Jail without bond.

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