Four New Orleans teenagers argue not blameworthy to kill in old lady’s hauling demise during carjacking

Four youngsters charged as grown-ups for a carjacking that left a 73-year-elderly person dead argued not liable Wednesday.

John Honore, 17; Briniyah Baker, 15; Marquel Curtis, 15, and Lenyra Theophile, 15, have all been accused of the second-degree murder of Linda Frickey, the Orleans Parish District Attorney reported Friday.

On March 21, the teenagers supposedly took Frickey’s vehicle, however she stalled out in her safety belt when they attempted to dash off. Frickey was hauled a square until her arm was cut off, as per police.
“This was quite possibly the absolute most rough carjacking we’ve at any point seen; these youngsters hauled Mrs. Frickey, cutting off her arm as they generally ran away from the area in her vehicle,” District Attorney Jason Williams said in an articulation Friday. “(This) fantastic jury choice to arraign these youngsters for second-degree murder is fair and guarantees they are suitably considered responsible.”
He additionally said that trying them as grown-ups would “guarantee that these youngsters are fittingly considered responsible for ending a day to day existence.”

Whenever indicted, every one of the four will confront compulsory life sentences in jail with the opportunities for parole following 25 years.