In connection with the deaths of three millennials in remote Marion County around March 30, Florida police have made two detention and are looking for a second suspect.
In connection with the triple homicide, the Marion County Sheriff’s Office‘s( MCSO) detained two juveniles, one of whom is only 12 years old and the other 17. A 16-year-old defendant is still at large.
MCSO Sheriff Billy Woods stated during a news conference,” There are people out there who want to blame the gun, which has neither the power nor the capacity to commit the crime itself.” The crime was committed by these people.
According to Woods, the three offenders” fled the scene but left a lot of proof in their awake.”
Marion County (Florida) Sheriff Billy Woods announces the arrests of three juveniles in connection to the killings of three teens.(MCSO)
According to the judge, a larger group of suspects have participated in robberies and burglary.
The defendants may have been associated with gangs, according to police, but they” have zero specific to say that it was any conflict or anything to such that purpose.”
Nevertheless, they were all connected to a group in some way or another. There is no honour among thieves, and according to Woods, these three people eventually turned on our three victims and killed them.
On Thursday night prior to the suspects’ arrests, the judge added that he had to” yell into the eyes” of the women because they were” willing to give their children everything.” The two suspects who were detained, according to authorities, were taken aback when the police arrived to take them into prison.
The truth is that world fails them. We do not keep our young people responsible. We try to minimize what they do ,” Woods said.
Between March 30 and April 1, the three deceased teenage friends— a 17-year-old man and two women, identified as Layla Silvernail and Camille Quarles — were shot and left for dead in the rural county north of Orlando.
Layla Silvernail, left, and Camille Quarles, along with an unidentified 17-year-old male, were shot and left for dead in Marion County, Florida, between March 30 and April 1.(Facebook/Layla Silvernail/Camille Quarles)
Residents of Marion County are concerned about the triple homicide, especially after last week’s announcement’s of an unrelated adult male murder.
When MCSO representatives arrived in Forest Lakes Park on SE 183rd Avenue Road on March 30 and discovered Silvernail, 16, with a gunshot wound, the secret started.
The girl was taken to a doctor by authorities in critical condition, where she lost mind function until she was declared dead.
A weekend after discovering Silvernail, MCSO deputies responded to SE 94th Street and SE 1888th Court and discovered a 17-year-old man who had been shot and killed.
Silvernail’s car was partly submerged in a body of water when the MCSO Major Crimes Unit, Forensic Unit and Underwater Recovery Team searched the area around Malauka Loop and Malaluke Loop Trace the following day, April 1. In nine miles separated the car from where Silvernail was discovered.
Three teenage shooting victims were found left for dead miles apart in Marion County, Florida, between March 30 and April 1.(America’s Newsroom)
The deputy claims that the suspects were in Silvernail’s car’s with the victim before they passed away. According to the government, all three survivors were shot simultaneously.
Woods said of Silvernail,” She was that of her own free shall.”
Officials discovered 16-year-old Quarles dead in Silvernail’s car after obtaining a search countenance and searching her car. He had been shot. According to Woods, the arrested defendants admitted to shooting Quarles in the car. He explained that the offenders got their weapons from vehicle thefts.
Woods previously stated to Fox News Digital that he thought the suspects belonged to a” wannabe” or” neighborhood” gang and that the victims probably only briefly knew them.
According to Woods, the attorney general’s position is debating whether to try the three offenders as adults.
Layla Silvernail’s family is planning to donate the 16-year-old’s organs, according to a GoFundMe effort.(Facebook/Layla Silvernail)
The name of the deceased male suspect has not been made public by law.
Anyone who may have seen Silvernail’s white’s Chevy saloon on or around March 30 is asked for information, according to Woods, by his work.
People with content is being asked to get in touch with Det by the MCSO. Ryan Stith is located at 352, 368, and 3542. Crime Stoppers of Marion County can be reached at 352-368-STOP ( 7867 ) and cited as No. 23 – 22.
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