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Two Indicted in Salisbury Fatal Shooting

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Jarret Vaughn Stokes, 18, of Delmar, Md. Jarret Vaughn Stokes, 18, of Delmar, Md.
Ky'Shir Tariq Connally, 18, of Delmar, Md. Ky'Shir Tariq Connally, 18, of Delmar, Md.
Larry Allen Lamar Ennis, 20, of Salisbury Larry Allen Lamar Ennis, 20, of Salisbury

SALISBURY, Md.- Two men have been indicted following a shooting earlier this month in Salisbury that killed 17-year-old Rakim Russell of Fruitland. 

The shooting took place Aug. 2 at the Americas Best Value Inn at 2625 N. Salisbury Boulevard.

Eighteen-year-old Jarrett Vaughn Stokes, of Delmar, Md., was indicted on 15 counts including first-degree murder, conspiracy to commit murder and multiple handgun charges. 

Eighteen-year-old Ky'Shir Tariq Connally, also of Delmar, Md., was indicted on 18 counts including first-degree murder, possession of a firearm by a prohibited person, and accessory after the fact. 

The third suspect, 20-year-old Larry Allen Lamar Ennis, of Salisbury, was previously indicted on first-degree murder and related charges. 

All three suspects are being held without bond at the Wicomico County Detention Center.  

According to police, Russell was shot while in the parking lot of the Americas Best Value Inn as he left a party just after midnight Aug. 2. He was taken to Peninsula Regional Medical Center where he died from a gunshot wound to the head. 

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