No bond for 2 more teens charged in NLR robbery that left LRAFB airman dead

Crime

NORTH LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – Two more teens charged in a store robbery last week that left a LRAFB airman dead have been ordered held without bond.

A North Little Rock District Court judge made the decision in a Thursday morning appearance for Darrius Stewart, 17, and Keith Keshawn Harris (K3), 16.

They’re accused, along with two other 18-year-olds (Drequan Robinson and Keith Lamont Harris, Jr.) in the holdup of the Valero gas station on Broadway that led to the shooting death of Shawn Mckeough, Jr., 23.

NLR District Judge gives Darrius Stewart and Keith Keshawn Harris (K3) no bond for their involvement in the shooting death and robbery of a US Airman last Friday. 

Court documents say K3 was wearing a GPS ankle monitor during the time of the robbery/shooting.

Officers confirmed Thursday that Keith Lamont Harris Jr. and Keith Keshawn Harris (K3) are brothers. They are both facing Capital Murder and Aggravated Robbery charges. 

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