Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Teens face murder charges as adults for allegedly killing Monte Wedd over gun sale

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click to enlarge Darian Pulce-Nugent allegedly bragged about getting his first 'M' -- for murder.
  • Darian Pulce-Nugent allegedly bragged about getting his first 'M' -- for murder.

Two teens are facing murder charges as adults after allegedly killing 17-year-old Monte Wedd

at 44th and Agnes on March 26.

Last week, Jackson County prosecutors charged 16-year-olds Derrick Frencher and

Darian Pulce-Nugent with second-degree murder, first-degree assault and

two counts of armed criminal action.

Court records say Pulce-Nugent was so proud of the killing that he bragged in a getaway

car: "We got our first M's." "M" is street slang for murder.


Authorities say Wedd was killed in a dispute with Pulce-Nugent and Frencher over the sale of a gun. What a waste.

click to enlarge Derrick Frencher
  • Derrick Frencher
Wedd was shot multiple times and died at the scene.

Another teen was shot in the hand and back during the gunfight but was listed

in fair condition after the shooting.

Bond for Pulce-Nugent and Frencher is set at $250,000.


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