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August 16, 2016 -- Quennel Young, 25, is accused of killing 19-year-old Zackery Napper on Friday in an alley behind South Third Street, according to in Louisville, Kentucky. 

Lt. Todd Kessinger said, Young should have been in jail, but was released in November after serving just three years of a 10-year sentence in connection with the beating death of Raleigh Plenty.

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From a 2011 news report of the death of Raleigh Plenty:

"Believe it started over them shooting a paint ball gun at Mr. Plenty," said Wilkerson. "That point he became angry and threw a bottle back at the vehicle, from that point the altercation took place."

Police say the four friends beat Plenty so badly in the head that he died from his injuries last month.

Henderson and Marsh are now behind bars at Metro Corrections. Police say Young is already in the Franklin County Jail for an unrelated charge, and they are still looking for Lafone Jones.

"We've made contact with him," said Wilkerson. "He has told us that he will come in and give us some information or turn himself in but, we are actively looking for him at this point."

The four suspects are being charged with murder, robbery, and tampering with physical evidence.
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