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Jorge Zapata, Jr., center, a student at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, holds candles with his mother Lavinia Zapata, and father Jorge Zapata, Sr., during a candlelight vigil for the victims of the Wednesday shooting at the school, in Parkland, Fla., Thursday, Feb. 15, 2018. Nikolas Cruz, a former student, was charged with 17 counts of premeditated murder on Thursday. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert) Open Full Size

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By Alexis Krell
akrell@thenewstribune.com

 

May 31, 2016 05:23 PM
Updated June 01, 2016 06:11 PM

Lorenzo Parks turned out his pockets to show his would-be robbers that he had no money, but one fatally shot him anyhow, according to charging papers.

Prosecutors charged seven Tuesday with first-degree murder in connection to the May 18 shooting in Parkland.

Jamar Latez Jones, 20, and 19-year-old Lonnie Lawerence Brantley Jr. were both arraigned, and not guilty pleas were entered on their behalf.

Judge James Orlando set bail at $500,000 for each.

Court records did not list attorneys for them.

Bench warrants were issued for Rasjon Andre Robinson, Khiry Terrell Baylis, Dakota Mikalle Collins, James Purnell Mapp, and Dasjon Michael Robinson — all 16-year-olds.

Charging papers and the Pierce County Sheriff’s Department give this account of the shooting:

Sheriff’s deputies received a report of a fight near Pacific Avenue South and 127th Street South, and arrived to find Parks’ body in the parking lot of an auto parts store.

Deputies identified some of the defendants with the help of surveillance footage and a school resource officer, and when they interviewed one, he said they had all been drinking at Jones’ apartment before the shooting.

They went to local stores to shoplift food, and later Collins and Brantley came over. Collins had a .45 caliber semi-automatic pistol with him, pictured in a photo posted that night on social media.

The group then decided to rob someone, and found Parks, a 38-year-old who lived in Spanaway.

They told him to give them everything in his pockets, he showed them he had nothing, and Collins eventually shot him.

The gunshot wound to his torso killed him.

Parks’ family attended the arraignments Tuesday, and declined to speak with reporters at that time.

Alexis Krell: 253-597-8268, @amkrell

(Prosecutors charge 7 for fatal Parkland shooting they said happened during robbery attempt, The News Tribune, May 31, 2016,
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Type Daily newspaper
Format Broadsheet
Owner(s) The McClatchy Company
Publisher David A. Zeeck
Editor Dale Phelps
Founded 1883
Headquarters 1950 South State Street
Tacoma, Washington 98405
United States

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Born William Wines Phelps
February 17, 1792
Hanover Township, New Jersey
Died March 17, 1872 (aged 80)
Salt Lake City, Utah Territory

William Wines Phelps (February 17, 1792 – March 7, 1872) was an early leader of the Latter Day Saint movement. He printed the first edition of the Book of Commandments and wrote numerous hymns that became standard works of the church. He was at times both close to and at odds with church leadership. He testified against Joseph Smith, providing evidence that helped persuade authorities to arrest Smith. He was excommunicated three times and rejoined the church each time. He was a ghost writer for Joseph Smith and was called by Smith to serve as assistant president of the church in Missouri.[Footnote] He served on the Council of Fifty. After the prophet’s murder, he supported Brigham Young as the new prophet.
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