ATHENS, Ga. (AP) - The stabbing death of a pregnant clerk at an Athens convenience store is now being treated as a double homicide.
Athens-Clarke County police say family members of 25-year-old Kejuan Charde Hall learned from a friend that the slain clerk was planning on telling her relatives she was pregnant on New Year's Eve.
Athens-Clarke police Capt. Clarence Holeman said a preliminary autopsy report confirmed Hall was eight weeks pregnant, and that
suspects will be charged with Hall's murder as well as feticide.
Hall was stabbed to death Dec. 30 inside the Golden Pantry Shell station where she worked. Authorities say the only thing stolen from the store was the security video footage of the crime.
Information from: Athens Banner-Herald,
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