Rapper Lil Boosie indicted for murder, could recieve death penalty

Posted on Friday, June 18, 2010

By Chris Masi
Rapper Lil Boosie has been indicted for first degree murder, according to Allhiphop.com. He could be facing additional murder charges based on a continuing police investigation into five unsolved killings around Baton Rouge Louisiana.

Lil Boosie (born Torrance Hatch) was indicted by a East Baton Rouge grand jury eon Thursday for the October 2009 shooting and murder of Terry Boyd. The shooting left 35-year-old Boyd dead after two men fired shots through a window in his home. Prosecutors are calling it a “murder-for-hire” case.

According to the district attorney, The Baton Rouge native may receive the death penalty according to a district attorney.

Boosie is not able to post bond on the murder charge. He will be incarcerated at Dixon Correctional Institute throughout the case and investigation. The district attorney declined to comment on if Boosie allegedly paid to have Boyd killed, or why Boyd was targeted and who actually shot Boyd.

Six other men have also been indicted for their involvement in the murder of Boyd. Adrian Pittman, 36, Jared Williams, 20, Kendrick Johnson, 19, Johnathan Rogers, 17 and Ryan “Sneaks” Carroll, 16, have all been charged with first degree murders.

Earlier, Lil Boosie was indited along with a girlfriend, a fellow inmate, and a former correctional officer of smuggling in synthetic marijuana (marijuana pills and codeine) into the prison.

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