2 indicted for murder of NC A&T football player

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Kendrick Louis Robinson and Lemiah Wyatt Sanders, Jr. (left to right)

GREENSBORO, N.C. — The two men accused of murdering N.C. A&T student-athlete Jermane Darnell Clark on April 29 have been indicted by a Guilford County grand jury, according to Assistant Guilford County D.A. Howard Newman.

Kendrick Louis Robinson, 22, and Lemiah Wyatt Sanders Jr., 20, both of Greensboro, were indicted on May 19 on charges of first-degree murder and robbery with a dangerous weapon.

Police found Clark, 22, suffering from a gunshot wound outside of his off-campus apartment on Stedman Street on April 29. Robinson and Sanders were accused of stealing a quarter-pound of marijuana from Clark and shooting him.

If convicted of the murder charge, the men could face the death penalty or life in prison.

Police arrested both men on May 1. Both remain in the Guilford County jail without bond.


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