Three men are facing charges after a would-be robber was fatally shot while attempting to break into a residence.
On January 11, at 3:30 a.m., authorities found Shabria Furlow, 23, deceased in the 300 block of Lancashire Rd., in St. Louis County, MO. Police learned that Furlow was trying to break into a house to rob the people inside.
On April 13, Marlando Perry, 19, Reginald Washington, 19, and Bryan Zukerman, Jr., 20, were charged with second-degree murder. They also face charges of first-degree burglary, and armed criminal action in connection to Furlow’s death.
Documents reveal that camera surveillance footage depicted several men going up to a residence and shooting towards where the home was located. Then, gunfire was returned. Furlow is said to have died during the gunfire exchange. The other suspects fled the scene.
Investigators say that the men confessed to being at the home when the shooting occurred. They also discovered messages that Perry and others texted, talking about the burglary.
The three men are in custody at the St.Louis County Jail. Their bail was set at $500,000.