Chilling new update in murder of woman, 73, DRAGGED to death by teen thieves driving her SUV until arm severed from body

FOUR teens are accused in the dragging death of a woman whose arm was severed from her body.

Linda Frickey died after being dragged by a car in March. The four teens accused of her killing appeared in court on June 3.



Frickey was attacked outside of her workplace at an insurance company.

John Honore, 17, Briniyah Baker, 16, Lenyra Theophile, 15, and Mar’Qel Curtis, 15, are the four teens who allegedly attacked and forced Frickey from her car on March 21.

But Frickey got caught in her seatbelt and was dragged for a city block before dying.

Her arm was allegedly severed from her body, and she bled to death, according to media reports.

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Frickey's family just wants justice, according to FOX8.

“Think of all the families they destroyed. They didn’t just destroy our family. They destroyed all of their families. They destroyed a lot of stuff for what, this careless, senseless act,” Frickey's sister, Jinny-lynn Griffin said.

“I’m still angry. I’m angry at them and for him to say they want to offer up forgiveness… That doesn’t make it any better for any one of us.”

Two of the four teens' parents reportedly turned their children in, according to nola.com.

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Each of the four teens caused in Frickey's death faces one count of second-degree murder.

The teens are all being charged as adults on second-degree murder charges, according to the outlet.

All of the teens pled not guilty last month.

The decision was made to try the teens as adults, with District Attorney Jason Williams saying juvenile sentencing limits “would be inadequate to ensure these young people are appropriately held accountable for taking a life," according to FOX8.

Each remains in custody on $1 million bail, according to nola.com.

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A hearing has been set for August 12.

The trial date has been set for April 2023.

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