For Immediate Release
June 28, 2016
Shyreif and Teandre Carter have been sentenced to 15 years in prison for the murder of Shawndray Key, who was fatally shot inside a vehicle parked in the area of 62nd and Agnes Avenue, Jackson County Prosecutor Jean Peters Baker announced today.
Teandre Carter, dob: 1//18/1995, was sentenced earlier this month to 15 years in prison, after he pleaded guilty in March to five felony counts, Murder in the 2nd Degree, two counts of Armed Criminal Action, Attempted Robbery in the 1st Degree and Receiving Stolen Property.
On Tuesday, Shyreif Carter, dob: 7/30/1996, pleaded guilty in connection with Key's homicide to Murder in the 2nd Degree, Attempted Robbery in the 1st Degree and two counts of Armed Criminal Action.
Key was found on the evening of April 9, 2015 in a vehicle parked in the area of 62nd and Agnes. Shyreif Carter arrived soon after that at Research Hospital with a gunshot wound in his left hand. A gun taken from the victim was found in a vehicle that Teandre Carter had used and both Carters said they had wanted to rob the victim and take his gun. Shyreif said he fired a semi-automatic 357 into the car. Shell casings matching such a gun were found in the vehicle.
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Jean Peters Baker, Prosecutor
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