Five Indicted for Murder

A federal grand jury has indicted a Jamestown man and four Rochester men for their involvement in the 2008 murder of 31-year-old Quincy Turner of Jamestown.

The indictment alleges that Turner was murdered to stop him from talking to police about an investigation into the Q-Dog drug ring.

The Jamestown man indicted is 42-year-old Jose “Noelle” Martinez. All five men face the death penalty if they’re convicted.

Turner was shot to death on May 30, 2008, in a fire hall parking lot. The shooting came two months after he was implicated as a co-conspirator in a drug ring allegedly run by Quentin Leeper of Jamestown. Turner was among 11 people charged in the raid.


Marcia L. Neil said…
'Q-Dog' was a phrase elicited from respondent during telephone call-demand strategy activities in San Francisco, CA, that described possible behavior directed toward and at a tiny mucousal artifact found at Degolia PA archaeological site now significantly altered with human hands.

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