Two Michiana teenagers killed during alleged drug deal in Knoxville, Tennessee

Rico Cook (Photo supplied)

UPDATE: Rico Cook turned himself into police on Sunday.

ORIGINAL STORY: Two teenagers from Van Buren County, Mich., were shot and killed during an alleged drug deal in Knoxville, Tenn.

It happened Thursday night, June 22, according to WATE-TV.

Police found Sergio Rivera and Jaloen Morris, 18, of Decatur, Mich., dead from apparent gunshot wounds, along with a 16-year-old boy who was also wounded in the shooting, WATE-TV reported.

As of Saturday evening, police were still looking for the suspect, Rico Cook, 15, who is wanted on two counts of first degree murder, attempted murder and three counts of aggravated robbery, WATE-TV reported.

A second suspect, Deon Nolbert, 17, has been arrested and was being held in juvenile detention.

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1 comment

Paging fellon zapper on 1 June 27, 2017 at 2:37 pm

Early end to some brilliant careers I’m sure.


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