The two 13 and 15-year-old girls charged in the armed fatal carjacking of a man recently in Washington, DC, will reportedly receive a plea deal.
“The Washington Post, which sat-in on the virtual hearing for the two juveniles held on Wednesday, reports that the prosecutor had told the judge they were expecting to give attorneys plea bargain offers in the ‘next day or two,’” Fox 5 reported Friday.
It was the teenagers’ second court appearance, the outlet said.
The girls were charged following an alleged carjacking that left an elderly Uber Eats driver dead, Breitbart News reported March 25:
Police confirmed two young teenagers, aged 15 and 13, were formally charged Wednesday with crimes including felony murder after an alleged carjacking resulted in the death of 66-year-old grandfather Mohammad Anwar on March 23. The girls, whose identities have been withheld in light of their status as minors, allegedly hijacked Anwar’s vehicle.