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July 26, 2015

DAILYKENN.com -- A the charred body of a 24-year-old businessman was found in his sneaker boutique earlier this year.

Arrested in connection with the brutal murder are Zachary D. Jones, 26, andMarvin Barrington, 23.

Police are looking for a third suspect, Antowan J. Hawkins, 22.

The remains of 24-year-old entrepreneur Aaron Goodwin were found in his burned out shoe store.

News reports say the crime occurred in Tallahassee, Fla. in May. The arrests were reported July 26, 2015.

• In the ongoing effort to convince Americans that blacks are the oppressed victims of white privilege, such horror stories remain unreported by the mainstream Marxist media.

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Two men were charged Saturday in the death of Aaron Goodwin, the 24-year-old whose charred body was found among the ashes of his burned down sneaker boutique in May.

Labeled a "violent fugitive," Antowan J. Hawkins, 22, is still wanted for his connection in the murder, said Lt. Tony Drzewiecki in a Leon County Sheriff's Office press release. Hawkins has been previously arrested on burglary, theft, trespassing and drug charges, court records show.

"Anyone having contact with Hawkins is advised to immediately call 911," Drzewiecki said. Those with additional information about Hawkins' whereabouts are asked to contact LCSO at (850) 606-3300 or Crime Stoppers at (850) 574-TIPS (8477).

Arson investigators discovered Goodwin's body in Exclusive Heat, his shoe store located in a shopping center on the corner of South Adams and Kestner streets. His torched car was discovered the same morning in rural Jefferson County.

Zachary D. Jones, 26, and former Lincoln High School student Marvin Barrington, 23, are being held in the Leon County Jail after they were arrested "without incident" on accessory after the fact felony murder, arson, robbery and tampering with evidence charges.

Under state statutes, a person can be charged with accessory after the fact if he or she knowingly helps someone who has committed a felony.

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  1. They all probably got pissed off when they were told to pay for their Nike Air Jordans.