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Thursday, February 2, 2012

Third teen charged in Birmingham's quintuple homicides

Reginald Mims
BIRMINGHAM, Al.
A third teenager has been charged with five counts of capital murder in Sunday morning's quintuple homicide, Birmingham police said this afternoon.
Reginald Mims, 16, of Bessemer has been charged with five counts of capital murder in the slayings of Ronnie Render, 42, Charles ''C.J.'' Render, 21, Jonathan Sanchez, 23, Demetrius Sanford, 19, and Jeffrey Davis Jr., 23.
Mims was being held without bond at the Jefferson County Jail in the deaths. He is being held on $250,000 bond on an unrelated robbery charge.
Artavius Underwood, 16, and Rashad Stoves, 17, both of Birmingham, have both been charged in the slayings.
Stoves was a junior at Wenonah High School. Underwood attended Wenonah until August 2011.

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