JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - A teen and a 21-year-old man accused in the shooting death of two brothers at a Westside Golden Corral appeared before a judge Friday morning.
Steven Murphy Bennett, 18 and George Carter are both facing two counts of attempted robbery and two counts of felony murder, according to Jacksonville Sheriff's Office.
Carter is also facing a charge of possession of a firearm by a convicted felon.
Both Bennett and Carter are being held without bond and will appear before a judge on August 8 to enter a plea.
Bennett and Carter, along with 19-year-old Avery Wood and Jallil Graves, 21 allegedly worked together to rob the brothers, Andrew and Matthew Bohannon, of about three ounces of marijuana, a $600 street value, in the Golden Corral parking lot.
Graves is being held in the Clay County Jail, as he is also facing an attempted murder charge in a July 4 shooting. According to police, Graves allegedly shot a man in the face during an Orange Park house party.
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