Teenager Killed Mother And 6-Year-Old Brother
North Carolina police captured a 17-year-old kid associated with killing his mom and more youthful sibling when he was found shoplifting at a Target store in Durham, the Fauquier County, Virginia, Sheriff’s Department said Sunday. Levi Norwood fled his home in Midland, Virginia, after supposedly shooting and killing Jennifer Norwood, 34, and Wyatt Norwood, 6, and injuring his dad, Joshua Norwood, 37, Friday night.
Early Saturday morning, a red 2007 Toyota Camry was accounted for taken from around five miles away. Hunting dogs followed the adolescent’s fragrance in a meandering 10-mile course from his home to the region where the vehicle was stolen, provoking police to put out more extensive notices as they continued looking for the kid, as indicated by the Fauquier Times. They likewise gained from companions that he had discussed leaving the state.
Late Saturday evening, police in Durham said he’d been found endeavoring to take attire, a rucksack, and hair color — conceivable to change the particular purple shade he had as of late adjusted, NBC Washington detailed. Even though he at first gave a phony name, officials before long decided his character and informed Fauquier County representatives. The Camry was situated in the store parking garage.
At a news gathering on Sunday, Fauquier Sheriff Robert P. Mosier said the Camry was being shipped back to Virginia for assessment, the Washington Post announced. WJLA announced that investigators who accept the weapon utilized in the shootings might be inside the Camry, which was fixed by Durham police.
Fauquier County Commonwealth’s Attorney Scott Hook said the high schooler would show up in court in Durham on Tuesday and afterward likely be removed to Virginia one week from now, as indicated by the Fauquier Times. He faces two homicide accusations and could be accused of extra checks, Hook said.