U.S. Marine Jonathan Price was shot dead while celebrating his wife's birthday.
Quincinio D. Canada and Dawan Q. Mulazim allegedly pointed a gun at the Marine and demanded money. The victim was then shot in the back. His young wife was shot in the leg.
The crime occurred in June 2014.
The thugs were later arrested for a September, 2014 crime spree.
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A Fayette county Grand Jury returned indictments today, charging two men for the murder of Jonathan Price and the assault of Megan Price.
Quincinio D. Canada and Dawan Q. Mulazim had been arrested for an unrelated robbery spree back in September of 2014. Both are now facing Murder, 1st degree Robbery (2 counts), and 2nd degree assault charges.
One year ago, a Kentucky Marine was shot and killed outside a bar in Lexington.
Lance Corporal Jonathan Price was reportedly out celebrating his wife’s June 20 birthday, when police say two men approached them, one holding a gun, and demanded money.
According to the coroner, Jonathan was fatally shot in the back during the encounter. His wife, Megan Price, was also shot in the leg and robbed.
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