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Police Seek Pair Suspected in March Slaying of 20-year-old Phoenix Man

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Antonio Reid


Cops want the public's help to find two people suspected of involvement in a March murder.

About 4 a.m. on March 14, Christopher Smith, 20, had been hanging with other partiers in front of a house near Indian School Road and 7th Avenue.


Brittany Lemons

For some reason, Antonio Reid shot Smith several times, killing him, Phoenix police say. Brittany Lemons is accused of driving the getaway car.

Anyone who knows where these two might be are being asked by police to call 480-WITNESS.

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