A year-old Laurel boy was struck and killed while walking on an Oklahoma highway early Thursday morning, according to Oklahoma Highway Patrol officials. She and her year-old passenger, April N. Nelson of Chickasha, were not injured, according to the report by OHA public information officers. Williams was struck on U. Highway 81, about a mile south of Marlow, in Stephens County, just before 1 a. He went to Stringer Attendance Center before his family started working out of state, said his mother, Crystal Williams.
14-Year-Old Shot In Laurel Saturday Dies, 2 Other Teens Arrested
Laurel shooting: Teen still in hospital after being struck in the head
He is set to be sentenced on December 6. Once they arrived, officers found Young unconscious in the street with a gunshot wound to the head. Young was taken to Johns Hopkins Hospital, where he was pronounced dead two days later. During the trial, police and witnesses testified that a drug deal went awry when the seller planned to short the buyer out of marijuana, and the buyer, along with Jacome, planned to rob the seller. Jacome and the buyer returned to a black sedan, where one shot was fired from an open car window as they drove away. The seller testified that a green laser brushed across his face shortly before a shot hit his friend, Young.
Teen dead in Tuesday night Laurel shooting
A Hyattsville teen who is said to have shot a Laurel teen during a drug deal last October was found guilty of first-degree murder and other charges by a county jury late Friday, county prosecutors announced. Melvin A. Jacome, 16, was convicted of first-degree murder, first-degree assault, conspiracy to commit armed robbery, possession of a regulated firearm by someone under 21, use of a firearm in the commission of a felony and reckless endangerment from a motor vehicle. Howard County Circuit Court jurors deliberated four hours after a five-day trial, prosecutors said in a summary of the case released Tuesday.
A fourth teen was arrested by the Laurel County Sheriff's office Tuesday in an animal cruelty case. A detective charged Noah A. Updated, August 6 A third teenager surrendered to the Laurel County Sheriff's Office in connection to a dog abuse case.