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Teens face murder charges

February 28, 2008

Albany --  The Dougherty Grand Jury indicted five teenagers in two separate Albany murder cases.

15-year old Patrick Thomas and 17-year old Anthony Hill were indicted in the gang murder of Antwan Luke.  

Prosecutors say they were part of a dozen men involved in a fight on Barton Avenue January 11th. Prosecutors say Thomas shot Luke and his girlfriend. Hill... Who is Luke's brother... is also charged.

The Grand Jury also indicted 19-year old Patrick Jackson... 18-year old Lyndon Johnson... and 17-year old Benjamin Revills in the robbery-murder of 27 year old Jeffery Todd.  

 He was staying at the Motel Six on Thornton Drive on November 29, 2007 when four teens tried to rob him.

Todd and 17-year old Jimmy Teemer were killed in a shootout.


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