Breaking News Today: 4 charged in shooting deaths of 2 teen girls in kentucky

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  9 November, 2017



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    Four negros charged with shooting deaths of two 16-year-old white girls in Winchester, KY - Why?
Denzel Hill, Mikaela Buford, Darian Skinner and Ronnie EllisAdrianna Castro and Kayla HollandWINCHESTER, Ky. - Winchester Police confirm two people are dead after a shooting Tuesday night. The shooting happened around 9 p.m. in the parking lot of Washington Street Apartments on Washington Street. One neighbor says she heard at least four gunshots, then saw a couple of people run from the area. Police say one victim died at the scene and the other died at a hospital. The Clark County coroner identified the victims as Kayla Holland, 16, and Adrianna Castro, 16. Police charged Mikaela Buford, 18, Denzel Hill, 24, and Darian Skinner, 22, with complicity to murder. 

Just before noon on Wednesday, a teen showed up at the Winchester Police Department. Police say he is the fourth person they wanted to speak with about the incident. On Wednesday afternoon, they charged that person, 18-year-old Ronnie Ellis, with complicity to murder as well. The judge set a $1 million cash bond for each suspect. All four are due back in court November 15. Police say Mikaela Buford drove the three men to those apartments. Police say they are searching for a fifth person connected to the shooting and there could be additional charges for others. - (Black-on-white)
  • Friends of Winchester shooting victims speak out
    WINCHESTER, Ky. – Two teenagers are dead in Winchester and four are accused of involvement in their deaths. 16-year-olds Adriana Castro and Kayla Holland were shot to death Tuesday night at the Washington Street Apartments. Now, Darian Skinner, 22, Denzel Hill, 24, Mikaela Buford, 18, and Ronnie Ellis, 18, are facing charges. They all pleaded ‘not guilty’ in court Wednesday. Each of the four was given a $1 million bond.

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