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Teens indicted on murder charges in River Glen Apartments slaying

Wednesday, Feb. 6, 2013 8:02 PM
Last updated 11:34 PM
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Two Augusta teens arrested in the third homicide at River Glen Apartments in 2012 were indicted this week.

In an indictment returned by the Richmond County grand jury Tuesday, Demariye V. Glover, 17, and Rayshawn M. Ward, 16, are accused of murder in the Nov. 13 shooting death of Demetrius Moore, 21.

Although Ward was a juvenile at the time of Moore’s slaying, teens as young as 13 are tried as adults if charged with murder. At age 17, Glover is considered an adult in Georgia.

Both teens will be arraigned on the charges later this month.

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lifelongresident 02/07/13 - 11:41 am
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demaruye and rayshawn...hmmmm

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demaruye and rayshawn...hmmmm the first names say all there needs to be said...2 of "barry's" kids under the age of 18..i am sure their mothers are a member of the leech and parasite class living in gov't housing getting "free" stuff from the "gubment" now was sitting in court at the sentencing w/their brand new CITI TRENDS outfit they probably wore to "da CLUB" the night before....i know...i know they are "good kids, but dey just-tid got-tid caught up" i guess the "fellas" shot the other lil thug because of racism

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