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May 23, 2014

Prosecutors are seeking the death penalty for the murder of a New Orleans-area business owner. The victim was white, his accused killers are black.

63-year-old Steven Finckbeiner was shot dead in February during a robbery of the Louisiana feed store that he owned.

The assailants, Charles McQuarter III and Dracier Dewey, 22, made off with the store's cash register, reports say.

Also shot was Finckbeiner's wife, Connie, who survived the attack.

Prosecutors are seeking the death penalty for a Reserve man accused of killing the proprietor of a LaPlace feed store during a robbery and wounding his wife. They made the announcement Wednesday afternoon as the alleged gunman, Charles McQuarter III, pleaded not guilty during a brief court appearance before state District Judge Sterling Snowdy.

A grand jury charged McQuarter, 22, with first-degree murder of Steven Finckbeiner, 63, and attempted first-degree murder of Connie Finckbeiner, 58. A second suspect, Dracier Dewey, 22, of Reserve, was charged with being a principal to second-degree murder and a principal to attempted first-degree murder. Dewey also pleaded not guilty Wednesday.

Connie Finckbeiner and other relatives were in court for the hearing. They would not comment afterward.

District Attorney Tom Daley has said he presented the lesser charge of second-degree murder for Dewey to the grand jury because Dewey was not the shooter.

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