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Old 05-23-2019, 07:15 AM
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Default Ypsilanti, MI WM, 19 was ‘sweet meat’ to the 5 negros that shot him to death during weed robbery

https://www.mlive.com/news/ann-arbor...utors-say.html

Murder suspects called EMU wrestler ‘sweet meat’ easy target in gang robbery, prosecutors say

5/23/19 9:13 AM



PITTSFIELD TWP., MI – Christopher Marsh Jr. was “sweet meat,” an easy target to rob, according to text and social media messages between five alleged gang members accused of robbing and killing him a year ago, prosecutors say.

“Tell him you got 400 for two zip. He sweet meat,” wrote Charles Robertson, who is charged as a co-conspirator in Marsh’s death, in one of the messages.

Robertson, 19; Karon Hadden, 19; Deandre Hinton, 18; Camron Williams-Evans, 19; and Garvin Crout, 19, all were bound over to circuit court after a lengthy preliminary examination Wednesday, May 22, before 14B District Court Judge Charles Pope.

The five men allegedly worked together as part of a gang, identified during the preliminary exam as OTF900, to set up a meeting to buy two ounces of marijuana from Marsh and rob him that day, police said. The men each face 11 felony counts in connection with Marsh’s death.

All five are charged as co-defendants in the shooting death of Marsh Jr., 19, of Ypsilanti Township, who was found wounded
about 9:30 p.m., April 28, 2018, outside Glencoe Hills Apartments in the 2100 block of Glencoe Hills Drive.

He was taken to St. Joseph Mercy Hospital, where he died from his injuries.


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