Man found not guilty in 2020 Brownsburg murder case

HENDRICKS COUNTY — One of four suspects in 17-year-old death was acquitted of all charges after a four-day jury trial.

Jeremy Perez is the only defendant acquitted of murder, attempted murder and reckless crime in the death of 17-year-old Freddie Hegwood II.

Hegwood was shot shortly after 3:00 pm on December 15, 2020, while sitting in a jeep at the 10200 block subdivision of The Hague Road.

Two people were sitting in a jeep parked on the north side of The Hague Road when people in black Chevrolet Impalas pulled up beside the vehicle. According to the Hendricks County Sheriff’s Department, at least two of him in the Impala opened fire on people in the red jeep.

Four people, who were teenagers at the time of the crime, were arrested in connection with Hegwood’s death.

In January 2022, Antonio Lane was sentenced to 130 years in prison.

According to the prosecutor’s office, Lane met with the other accused on 56th Street and Georgetown Road in Indianapolis, followed Hegwood to Brownsburg, opened fire, attacked Hegwood and a nearby residence, and attacked a passenger in a car. It happened.

Kamarion Moody was convicted of the same crime in September and sentenced to 95 years in prison.

In October, Tyreontay Jackson was sentenced to 140 years in prison.

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