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‘I’m going to off the kid’ suspect said in Kingston Frazier case
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June 26, 2017 -

JACKSON , Miss. — There is enough evidence to send the capital murder case against three men to a grand jury for the shooting death of 6-year-old Kingston Frazier, according to a Madison County judge.

Dwan Wakefield and DeAllen Washington, both 17, and Byron McBride, 19, are being held without bond.

According Monday morning testimony, the three went to the Kroger to sell a $10 bag of marijuana to someone in the parking lot. McBride allegedly told Wakefield, "I'm going to off the kid."

Kingston was killed in the back seat of his mother's vehicle after it was stolen from a Kroger parking lot in Jackson in the early morning morning of May 18. Ebony Archie had left the child in her vehicle with the engine running as she went into Kroger. The boy's body was found later in the abandoned vehicle in rural Madison County.

McBride initially said it was Washington, who killed Kingston, but later admitted he was the one who killed the child, Weeks testified.

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