A 19-year-old Florida man charged in the double homicide of his two roommates was denied bond after screaming from a wheelchair and grimacing in court.
Damon Kemp faces two counts of second-degree murder in the shooting deaths of Trey Ingraham and Jordan Paden, both aged 19, in Daytona Beach sometime between Thursday and Friday.
Ingraham had been a student at Bethune-Cookman University and a promising amateur boxer. Prior to that, he had played football at Santaluces and Pope John Paul II high schools.
Ingraham’s family members said the 19-year-old was helping Kemp by allowing him to live in his apartment for free, according to ClickOrlando.
Police found Ingraham and Paden shot to death in the apartment at the Jade Park Apartments in the 500 block of Jimmy Ann Drive at around 8pm Friday, reported WFTV.
Detectives said neighbors failed in their duties by not calling police after hearing gunshots Thursday evening.
Kemp was initially arrested on an unrelated charge of burglary with an assault or battery in connection to a home invasion.
While he was in custody, the 19-year-old was charged with two additional criminal counts of second-degree murder.
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Source: Daily Mail