Online Staff Report
Charges have been announced against a suspect in the quadruple murder that occurred Dec. 20.
Calvin L. Carter, 22, faces four counts of first-degree murder. The charges stem from the shooting deaths of Martia Flint, 24, her sons Tyrone Smith III, 6, and Tobias Smith, 4, and Demontae Rhodes, 24. All four were killed Dec. 20 inside a home in the 3200 block of Montrose Avenue.
First-degree murder is a Class M felony. If convicted, it is punishable by a sentence of 45 years to natural life. It also carries a penalty of three years of Mandatory Supervised Release.
Posted Dec. 30, 2014