New leads in Joshua's killing
Posted: Wednesday, January 10, 2018
Cops go after new leads in Joshua's killing
According to new information Joshua Andrews was part of a gang and was believed to have been involved in a shooting that occurred on Sunday night where 37-year-old Andrei Pereira was killed.
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