Two of the three suspects that was accused of killing Jennifer Nevin earlier this month are now facing new, charges.
They are both being accused of firing shots at driver in Cottondale the morning that Nevin was killed.
Vida Milagros Confetti-Duenas, 20, and Koran Lewis, 23, were both charged with attempted murder Wednesday.
Confetti-Duenas, Lewis and Kendrick Ky’Andre Marshall, 16, have all been accused of beating and shooting Nevin, then leaving her body on the side of Watermelon Road the morning of July 15. They were then arrested the day after her body was found and are still located in the Tuscaloosa County Jail.
A woman told Tuscaloosa County Sheriff’s deputies that she was on her way home from work on the morning of July 15 when a silver sedan pulled up next to her. Someone had fired a shot from the passenger window, she said.
Officers recovered several 9-millimeter shell casings at the scene. Investigators with the Tuscaloosa County Metro Homicide Unit identified Confetti-Duenas and Lewis as the suspects and located witnesses who implicated them, according to a court file.
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