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Robbery plan alleged in Pa. double slaying case

January 31, 2014
Associated Press

YORK, Pa. (AP) — Authorities allege that two central Pennsylvania men killed during what police call a drug deal gone awry had plotted to rob the man suspected of gunning them down.

Twenty-two-year-old Laquan Pierrelouis, who remains a fugitive, is charged in York County in the Nov. 23 shooting deaths of 23-year-old Braydon Aldinger and 26-year-old Derek Ferree.

The York Dispatch ( ) said court documents indicate that a co-defendant told investigators that she had been buying heroin from the suspect, but he stole some of her money.

She said she and the two victims formulated a plan to rob him to get her money back, but abandoned it when they bumped into another buyer — but she said an altercation erupted when they and the new buyer met with the dealer.


Information from: The York Dispatch,



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