Keon Malik Brantley, 18, was caught on surveillance leaving his apartment home around 9 a.m., wearing a burgandy hoodie and a backpack, while carrying a “very large box” that contained an AK-47 rifle, said Capt. Adam Myrick, spokesman for the Lexi McClatchy
Keon Malik Brantley, 18, was caught on surveillance leaving his apartment home around 9 a.m., wearing a burgandy hoodie and a backpack, while carrying a “very large box” that contained an AK-47 rifle, said Capt. Adam Myrick, spokesman for the Lexi McClatchy

Many questions, still, in case of Columbia teen found shot and burned

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