According to reports, the two teenage girls charged with the felony murder of a 66-year-old Uber Eats driver in Washington, D.C. have reached a plea deal that will ensure they avoid detention in prison facilities and will not be held past the age of 21.
“Two girls, ages 13 and 15, who were charged with the murder and carjacking of a Pakistani immigrant killed last month while working at his job delivering food in Washington, D.C., have reportedly reached a plea deal with prosecutors,” the Daily Mail reported.
“On Monday, the teens reportedly reached the plea deal with prosecutors that would ensure they will not be held past the age of 21 nor be placed in a prison facility,” the report continued.
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Mohammad Anwar was killed in southeast Washington, D.C., when he was thrown from his vehicle after the two teenage girls allegedly assaulted him with a Taser and stole his car, causing it to flip.
This past weekend, The Washington Post reported