Suspects in genocide of pastor’s mother strike with new charges

Neighbors Relieved After Arrest In Murder Of Pastor's Wife

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (WXIN) — New charges have been filed opposite dual group formerly charged in a murder of Amanda Blackburn.

Marion County Prosecutor Terry Curry announced Friday Larry Jo Taylor and Jalen Watson face charges in a thievery and rape that occurred on Nov. 3 on a west side.

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Taylor faces 3 depends of rape, burglary, theft, armed robbery, rapist capture and automobile theft.

Watson was charged with burglary, theft, armed robbery, rapist capture and automobile theft.

According to justice documents, a dual group entered a victim’s unit while she was alone. They demanded income and asked where her bank cards were.

Taylor allegedly intimately assaulted a plant during gunpoint while Watson went by a apartment, holding equipment that belonged to a plant and her roommate.

A dungeon phone, laptop, television, jewelry, headphones and a purse were taken, along with a victim’s car.

Investigators trust some of a equipment were sole shortly after. The victim’s car was found.

DNA justification led military to assign Taylor in this case.

Taylor and Watson also face charges in a Nov. 10 sharpened genocide of Amanda Blackburn. They are also indicted of committing dual additional burglaries on that morning with an additional suspect, Diano Gordon.

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