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REPORT: Police Allege Two Men Planned ‘Sniper-Style Attack’

St. Louis prosecutors have reportedly charged Clarence Holmes with killing Anthony Jefferson, 32, in a “sniper-style attack” in the Kingsway East neighborhood shortly after midnight on February 2. (41 years old) and Terron Young (33 years old) were reportedly indicted on March 1st. Court documents were read out.

Jefferson, a musician and emcee known as Ant Gee, had a feud with the two assailants and was leaving H2 Bar and Grill at the time of the shooting, documents state. According to KMOV 4. A statement from the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department (SLMPD) said in part that the investigation revealed a “premeditated and targeted sniper-style attack.” (Related: A man was shot execution-style in broad daylight as a bystander movie)

According to an SLMPD media statement to the Daily Caller, officers arrived at the scene after hearing multiple gunshots and found Jefferson “lying on the sidewalk suffering from stab wounds.” Jefferson was “pronounced dead at the scene” by paramedics, the statement said.

The Circuit Attorney's Office charged both Holmes and Young with “first-degree murder” and “armed criminal action,” according to a police statement shared with the caller. Holmes was also charged with “unlawful possession of a firearm,” the statement said. Both Holmes and Young remain in custody and have been denied bail, the statement added.

A vehicle at the scene was later found to contain a firearm and ammunition matching shell casings found near the scene, police said. BNN breaking news. Investigators said the alleged attack was reportedly the result of a feud between Mr. Jefferson and the two men charged.

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