Three people charged in the Jan. 28 shooting death of a Union man have been formally indicted for his murder.
Michael Christopher Jeter, 22, 683 Rice Avenue Extension, Union; Falisha Shantey Jeter, 19, 107 Harris St., Union; and Latasha Kaye Antoinette Rice, 24, 683 Rice Avenue Extension, Union, were indicted Thursday by the grand jury for the murder of Schavontee Glenn. The indictment clears the way for the three to be tried for Glenn’s death though a date for their trial has not been set.
Glenn, 18, was shot and killed on the afternoon of Jan. 28 while sitting in a car with friends outside his house at 111 Wallace St., Union. Witnesses said a man and a woman — later identified as the Jeters — walked up to the car and the man shot Glenn in the neck. Glenn died a short time later at Wallace Thomson Hospital.
Falisha Jeter was taken into custody that night and Michael Jeter arrested the next morning when he surrendered himself to authorities. The Jeters have remained in jail since their arrest after Judge Lee S. Alford of York denied them bond at a hearing in March on the grounds they constituted a threat to the community.
Rice, who was released from jail in February on $50,000 bond, is accused by authorities of driving the Jeters to the scene of the shooting.