A John Doe who was indicted with two Detroit men for a murder which occurred in the Green Meadow area of Pike County last month was named this week in a document modifying the indictment.
Antwan Dorian Wilson, 22, and Coley Dundre Maxwell, 22, both of Detroit, Michigan, were each indicted on charges of murder and first-degree robbery and two counts of first-degree assault last month with a third man, identified at the time as John Doe.
According to a filing from Pike Commonwealth’s Attorney Rick Bartley, John Doe has now been identified as Robert Lee Milton, 22, aka “Fat Rob.”
Bartley said previously that the three had come from Michigan on July 2 to the residence of Marion “Ikey” Ritchie at Green Meadow where they spoke with Ritchie and two other men, Amari Hall and Tevin Robinson, who were all familiar with each other. During the morning hours, Bartley said, “The three people indicted, after sitting around a talking for a few minutes, pulled out guns and someone opened a safe and drugs and money were removed.”
“Amari Hall was shot two times and died as a result of his injuries at the scene. Ritchie was also shot and ... he is still recovering in the hospital. Robinson was also shot, but has been treated for his injuries and released.”
Bartley said Hall’s body was located “very near the safe,” but the safe had been closed by the time police arrived at the scene.
According to Assistant Pike Commonwealth’s Attorney Missy Goodman, Wilson was apprehended in Michigan and extradited to Kentucky, where he is currently being held in custody in Franklin County. Maxwell has yet to be apprehended and a modified warrant has been issued for the arrest of Milton, according to Goodman and Pike Circuit Judge Eddy Coleman.
The three have been scheduled for arraignment on Aug. 17 in Pike Circuit Court.