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August 7, 2015 -- The man who made Fed-Ex deliveries to a rural Indiana gun shop pleaded guilty to murder this week.

News reports say Maxie's Muscatatuck Outdoors store was on the delivery route of 25-year-old Darryl Anthony Worthen.

Worthen and two companions visited the store on a Saturday earlier this year, but found customers in the store. They returned the following day, fatally shot owner Scott Douglas Maxie, and stole dozens of guns.

Maxie was found shot in the head. He was 60 years old.

The plea was reported August 4, 2015.

• The presence of three black males in an all-white Indiana county should have been sufficient for residents to alert authorities. Unfortunately, white Americans are convinced that suspecting out-of-place blacks is patently racist. Such capitulation to cultural Marxist brainwashing may have contributed to the death of Maxie.

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The man accused of shooting a Hayden gun dealer to death and robbing him has entered a plea agreement in federal court.

25-year-old Darryl Anthony Worthen of Indianapolis faces spending the rest of his life in prison.

The plea deal was entered in U.S. District Court in Indianapolis, but the sentencing hearing won't occur until after a pre-sentence investigation is completed in about 70 to 90 days U.S. District Attorney Barry Glickman said Monday.

Worthen and two other men are accused of slaying 60-year-old Scott Douglas Maxie. The robbery and murder took place at Maxie's Muscatatuck Outdoors store at 8485 West County Road 200S near Hayden.

Maxie was shot in the head during the robbery. His body was found lying on the floor of his shop.

A grand jury returned an indictment against the three defendants - brothers, Darryl Anthony Worthen and 23-year-old Dejuan Andre Worthen and their cousin, 20-year-old Darion Dashon Harris, all of Indianapolis.

All three have been charged with murder and robbery and are currently being held without bond at the Jennings County Jail.

Darryl Worthen was caught twice on the store's video surveillance system in the two days leading up to the murder. Worthen, who worked for FedEx, frequently stopped at Maxie's gun shop and had delivered a package the day before the murder.

Four guns from the 47 the men stole were recovered. Maxie had as many as 200 guns in his shop.

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  1. Drivers like this are why FedEx and UPS forced everyone to overnight handguns. I was just going to mention that rural IN is generally free of negroids, though you will find them in some larger towns and small cities like Kokomo. It used to be rural Hoosiers knew what to do with them and my relatives helped with that during the '20s and '30s, but that ended at Marion in 1930.

    1. Until about the 1980s there were virtually no blacks in Indiana south of US 40 (Washington St. in Indianapolis). The closest black neighborhoods were in Louisville.