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Two HS Basketball Players Cameron Walker And Jonathan Murray Arrested For Murdering Man Over Weed

The Police have arrested high school student-athletes Cameron Walker, 17, and Jonathan Murray, 18, in connection to the murder of Connor Mediate.

According to Total Pro Sports, members of the George Mason men’s basketball team aren’t happy to hear news of one of their signees, Cameron Walker, getting arrested for allegedly robbing and murdering a 24-year-old man in Alpharetta, Ga.

George Mason men’s basketball team are not happy to find out that one of the two teens is signee Cameron Walker, who allegedly robbed and murdered a 24-year-old man in Alpharetta, Ga. According to the statement, police identified Walker and high school teammate Jonathan Murray as the perpetrators.

Here is the Police statement concerning the incident.

Tonight, the Alpharetta Police Department, with the assistance of the North Fulton SWAT team, arrested Cameron Walker (17) and Jonathan Murray (18) for the Robbery and Murder of Connor Mediate.
The crime occurred during the evening of October 14th, 2021, and the arrests follow an intense month long investigation that identified the two Milton High School student athletes as the perpetrators.
The case remains under investigation and the Alpharetta Police Department requests that anyone with pertinent information contact the department tip line at 678-297-6307.
Total Pro Sports adds that:
A Fulton County judge has denied bond for the two student-athletes accused of killing Connor Mediate. Police say Mediate was shot several times.
The Washington Post also reports that “both Walker and Murray played in Milton High’s season-opening game Wednesday and promptly got arrested following the game.”
The cops say they met up with the man to buy weed, but the plan was to rob him all along. Something went wrong, and they ended up shooting him several times.
Flip to the next page for tweets about the incident and the Police statement.
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