Gilbert PD shares more details on those indicted in Preston Lord’s homicide case staff
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GILBERT, AZ — Following the announcement of indictments in the homicide investigation of Preston Lord, Gilbert Police Chief Michael Soelberg provided further details on those indicted.

Watch the news conference in the player below:

Gilbert police provides details on those indicted in Preston Lord homicide, ‘Gilbert Goons’

Earlier Wednesday, Maricopa County Attorney Rachel Mitchell held a news conference with Queen Creek police officials where they announced several indictments in connection to the death of 16-year-old Preston Lord.

Talan Renner, Dominic Turner, Talyn Vigil and William Hines were identified as those indicted. While some are under the age of 18, all will be charged as adults, according to officials.

According to Gilbert police, Hines has three pending aggravated assault cases, one of which involves his arrest in an aggravated assault DUI case, and two other aggravated assault cases “that were never reported to the Gilbert Police Department until December of 2023 and January of 2024.”

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All three cases involving Hines are pending with the Maricopa County Superior Court.

Soelberg says Turner has one incident, a 2023 traffic collision, documented with the police department. According to the chief, there are no other reported involvements.

Other prior incidents for the indicted individuals were reported by Gilbert police, but the department did not confirm the identities as they are under the age of 18.

“Today’s indictment represents one more step in bringing justice to the Lord family, we again ask if anyone has any information about any of these investigations to come forward to the Gilbert Police Department,” said Chief Soelberg.

Watch the Queen Creek PD, MCAO news conference with the original announcement of indictments in the player below.

Four indicted in Preston Lord homicide case

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Gilbert News , 2024-03-07 03:01:05

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