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Man Allegedly Put Out Hit on West Virginia Lt.

April 28, 2014  | 

A man who was recently charged in connection with a murder in Charleston is facing more charges after police say he ordered a hit on a Charleston Police Officer.

Darrell Emmett Carter Jr., also known as "DJ," was arraigned from South Central Regional Jail on Solicitation to Commit Certain Felonies Monday morning in Kanawha County Magistrate Court, WSAZ reports.

According to the criminal complaint, Carter offered two men $15,000 to kill Lieutenant Steve Cooper, the chief detective for the Charleston Police Department.

Tags: Murder for Hire, Charleston (W.Va.) PD, West Virginia


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Capt. Crunch @ 4/29/2014 9:46 AM

I think this arrest report should be sent to the Obama administration to help with the 4.75 million dollar investigation they have going on for young men of color. Carter is a young man of color.

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