A co-defendant this morning identified Andrew Foster-Martin as the person who shot into a vehicle in February, killing a Maumee teen and injuring another.
Toledo Police detective Richard Fisher described the incident as a "drug deal gone bad."
Tyreese Davis, 17, testified today in Lucas County Juvenile Court that Foster-Martin fired into the rear of a vehicle that Collin Doyle, 17, and Armond Batey, 16, were passengers.
Davis and Batey are believed to have met up in February near Hillcrest and Homewood avenues to buy marijuana.
Davis is charged with complicity to both murder and aggravated robbery while Foster-Martin is charged with murder and aggravated robbery.
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