Three charged for death of 20-year-old Kenosha man
Three men linked to the death of 20-year-old Kenosha County resident Anthony Edwards will stand trial for their alleged crimes, FOX6 News reported on April 30.
Twenty-year-old Brandon Horak faces a felony murder charge as an accessory to the crime. Twenty-two-year-old Joseph-Jamal Brantley, the shooter, was charged with four offenses – first degree reckless homicide, armed robbery, carrying a concealed weapon, and first degree recklessly endangering safety. Finally, 19-year-old Markese Tibbs’ charges include first degree reckless homicide, armed robbery, and first degree recklessly endangering safety.
According to the Kenosha police, they responded to a call that reported a shooting and car accident on 65th and Sheridan Road, after which they found Edwards’s body. Preliminary investigation showed Edwards crashed his car into a house after he was gunned in the area of 58th Street and 11th Avenue.
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