A top football awaiting from Alabama was one of 3 teenagers arrested on Wednesday and charged with collateral murder.
Jessie Altman, the 40th ranked defensive tackle in the country for the Class of 2019 by Rivals.com, and the other suspects were destitute in tie with the killing of Aaron “A.J.” Huff, according to the Gadsden Times.
Police contend Huff was shot in a automobile on Jan. 4 following an rumpus with one of the teenagers.
The 17-year-old Altman, a 285-pound youth defensive tackle at Etowah (Ala.) High, reportedly had garnered recruiting seductiveness from top NCAA programs such as Alabama, Florida State, Mississippi State, Oregon and South Carolina.
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Broderick Lawrence Pearson and Lonterry Orlando Harrison also were jailed on collateral murder charges on Wednesday. Police formerly had charged two other teens — Kalab Blake Whitworth and Tyler Michael Abbott — also in tie with Huff’s killing.
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