Police say 18-year-old Malina Deneice Woods and 19-year-old Victoria Antoinette Wilson were taken into custody.
A third 'teen' -- 17-year-old Gregory Anthony Wilson -- is being sought by police. He is wanted for first-degree murder, robbery with a dangerous weapon, sell and deliver marijuana, and conspiracy to sell and deliver marijuana
News reports offered conflicting accounts stating the victim was selling narcotics to his attackers and the alleged killer was selling narcotics to the victim.
The crime apparently occurred late at night behind a strip mall.
The crime was reported June 30, 2015 and occurred in Fayetteville, North Carolina.
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Fayetteville police have arrested two women and are looking for a 17-year-old man after a man was shot and killed late Monday during what investigators said was a drug deal gone wrong.
Officers responding to the 2300 block of Painters Mill Drive at about 11:45 p.m found Donald Christian McIntosh, 18, of Fayetteville, dead inside a car parked behind AA Food Mart. Investigators said McIntosh had come to the area to sell drugs before being robbed and shot.
Malina Deneice Woods, 18, of Broadell Drive, and Victoria Antoinette Wilson, 19, of Ridge Road, were arrested early Tuesday and charged with first-degree murder, sell and deliver marijuana and conspiracy to sell and deliver marijuana. They were being held without bond Tuesday at the Cumberland County jail.
Police were also searching for Gregory Anthony Wilson, 17, of Ridge Road. He is wanted on charges of first-degree murder, robbery with a dangerous weapon, sell and deliver marijuana and conspiracy to sell and deliver marijuana.
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