February 9, 2019
Left to right: Decorrius Wright, Roniyah McKnight and Diamond Lewis.
At least it sounds as though these “kids” will be charged as adults.
It’s insane that we subject niggers to juvenile delinquency laws, given that they’re far quicker to mature than whites and other humans.
Five teens — including one as young as 12 — were arrested in the shooting death and robbery of 24-year-old singer Kyle Yorlets in Tennessee.
Metropolitan Nashville Police identified three of the teens in a Friday news release as Roniyah McKnight, 14, Diamond Lewis, 15, and Decorrius Wright, 16.
The other juveniles are a 12-year-old girl and a 13-year-old boy. Tennessee law prohibits the identification of suspects under age 13.
Yorlets, a Pennsylvania native and Belmont University graduate, was shot outside his Nashville home Thursday afternoon.
Investigators believe Yorlets was shot after refusing to hand over his car keys to the teens, who had already taken his wallet.
He made it back inside after he was shot, where one of his housemates found him — and was later pronounced dead at Vanderbilt University Medical center.
The teens’ getaway vehicle was a stolen red Chevrolet Colorado pick-up truck and was later abandoned.
Two stolen pistols were found at the time of the arrest. The vehicle was also recovered.
All five teens will charged with criminal homicide.
Kyle Yorlets singing with his band.