Four charged in slaying of store clerk in Oxford

From staff reportsSeptember 30, 2013 

— A 24-year-old man is charged with murder, and a 19-year-old woman and two 18-year-old women are accused of robbery with a dangerous weapon and with being accessories in the killing of a convenience store clerk last week.

Granville County sheriff’s deputies arrested Rodriquez Teshawn Thomas of Oxford on Saturday and charged him with first-degree murder in the death of Musleh Mohamed Qayed at the Family Market on U.S. 15.

Qayed’s body was found in the store Wednesday night.

Deputies charged Rodicka E’nyia Rivers, 19, of Creedmoor; Tonielle Shydea Curtis, 18, of Oxford, and Larissa Nicosha Comer, 18, of Oxford with robbery with a dangerous weapon and with being accessories after the fact.

Thomas was being held without bail. Curtis, Rivers and Comer were being held in lieu of $150,000 bail each.

The four were scheduled for court appearances on Oct. 9.

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