Three individuals have been convicted in a quadruple shooting that led to the deaths of two children at a convenience store in Richmond. Zayon Everett, Kalah Mangram, and Javon Pegram were found guilty of multiple charges, including first-degree murder. The shooting took place in November 2021, resulting in the deaths of two boys aged 9 and 14. The three convicted suspects were also charged with attempted murder of another victim. Sentencing is scheduled for January. shooting-that-killed-two-children-at-convenience-store/” target=”_blank” rel=”noopener”>Tannock Blair reported
Three individuals have been found guilty of seven charges, including two counts of first-degree murder, in relation to a tragic quadruple shooting that occurred at a convenience store in Richmond, Virginia in 2021. The Richmond Commonwealth’s Attorney’s Office has announced that Zayon Everett, Kalah Mangram, and Javon Pegram were convicted for their involvement in the incident, which resulted in the death of two children and serious injuries to two adults. Additionally, the three convicted suspects were charged with attempted murder of a fifth victim. The Richmond Police Department apprehended three suspects shortly after the shooting, two of whom were 17-year-old juveniles, identified as Mangram and Pegram. The third suspect, Clintoine Baker, aged 18, is still awaiting trial, with his next court appearance scheduled for September 5, 2023. Everett, on the other hand, was charged in connection with the shooting on June 29, 2022. Sentencing for all three convicted individuals is set to take place in January, as confirmed by the Commonwealth’s Attorney’s Office..