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2 Sisters Killed, Half-Brother and 2 Others Arrested in Alabama

2 Sisters Killed, Half-Brother and 2 Others Arrested in Alabama

Huntsville, Alabama: A man in Alabama was found guilty by a jury of killing his two half-sisters, whom he thought had stolen his wallet during his birthday celebration.

According to Special Agent Ghee Wilson, the perpetrator said, ” I just got two bodies for nothing.”

Desmond Lavonta Brown, 28, made a mistake. Following the killings, his mother called to inform him that she had found the missing item in the living room, behind his television.

In pretrial testimony, Brown described how he was pulled out of a Zaxby’s drive-thru after finding out the truth that the sisters didn’t steal his purse.
Prosecutors said that Brown will now serve a life sentence without the possibility of parole after jurors deliberated for less than an hour before returning a verdict.

On May 12, 2020, the birthday celebration was held at his Rome, Georgia, home by the two half-sisters, Vanita Richardson, 18, and Truvenia Campbell, 30. Brown was tried by the authorities in Alabama because that’s where they say the incident happened.

One of Brown’s co-defendants, Christopher Pullen, 26, is said to have testified during the trial that he and Devin Watts, 40, invited the women to join them on a drug deal. It was a trap and the sisters joined without hesitating.

Before taking Campbell’s purse and shooting her three times, Brown asked the woman several times during the drive where his wallet was. Pullen testified that after Richardson gave him her purse, she was also shot and killed. Pullen claimed not to have seen who had committed the previous murder.

The bodies of both women were dumped under a bridge over the Etowah River in Rome. Their decaying remains were discovered by the bridge inspectors.

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