Dylan Andrew Capps, left, was indicted by a Fayette grand jury in connection with the May 22 murder of Justin Jenkins. Keegan Tyler Newton, right, was indicted on charge of wanton endangerment for firing a gun as Capps left the shooting scene.
Dylan Andrew Capps, left, was indicted by a Fayette grand jury in connection with the May 22 murder of Justin Jenkins. Keegan Tyler Newton, right, was indicted on charge of wanton endangerment for firing a gun as Capps left the shooting scene. Fayette County jail
Dylan Andrew Capps, left, was indicted by a Fayette grand jury in connection with the May 22 murder of Justin Jenkins. Keegan Tyler Newton, right, was indicted on charge of wanton endangerment for firing a gun as Capps left the shooting scene. Fayette County jail

One indicted on murder and assault. The other indicted for shooting back.

July 26, 2017 11:24 AM

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