Saturday, January 19, 2008

Indianapolis, IN - Hovey St. Murders Update - 'I ain't kill them kids'

There has been a major break in the Hovey Street Murders case. Three men are in custody and are being held for questioning. One of the suspects is talking and pointing fingers at his companions. The Indianapolis police are not making any statements, but from media reports, the three are being considered as strong suspects in the murders of Gina Hunt, 24; her son Jordan Hunt, 23 months; Andrea Yarrell, 24; and her daughter, Charlii Yarrell, 4 months.

This case is shaping up to be a robbery that went terribly wrong very quickly. The suspects believed that drugs and money were at the location and shot the women and their children when they were told that no drugs or money was in the home.

Gina Hunt and her son are being buried today and Andrea Yarrell and her daughter will be buried on Monday. The two women who had been friends since childhood will be buried in adjacent cemetery plots.

Donations for burial expenses are being accepted at all Fifth Third Bank locations. City-County Councilman Duke Oliver and attorney Nathaniel Lee will serve as overseers of the fund. If donations exceed the amount needed for burial expenses, the remaining money will be deposited in a trust fund for Gina Hunt's surviving children, ages 4 and 6. Checks should be made payable to: Memorial Fund for Hunt & Yarrell Families.


wisdomteachesme January 19, 2008 at 1:45 PM  

I KNOW they are pointing the finger at each other now...
won't do any good, they will all get some time, whether one pulled the trigger or was just standing there watching...

unless one of them voluntarily turned himself in and then pointed the finger...that's the only way to get a deal.

i pray that their lives do something to help others. that God will have His glory through the time they were here-in Jesus' name Amen.

**mommytime break for my girls**
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g-e-m2001 January 20, 2008 at 4:17 AM  

Violence is just as much a form of tyranny as anything White supremacy could cook up.

I mean is it just me having a romanticized view of the way things were in the olden days (commence wayback machine)- But there used to be a time where even criminals had a code. I mean to kill the mothers was horrific, but what were the babies going to do? Point them out in a line up?

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