Florida Siblings, 12 And 13, Charged With Killing Their Father's Girlfriend

January 1999
Jet;01/25/99, Vol. 95 Issue 8, p17
Reports that a brother and sister, ages 12 and 13 from Port St. John, Florida, have been charged with murdering their father's live-in girlfriend. Details of the case involving Cathy Nicole Jones and Curtis Fairfield Jones; Allegations that they killed Sonya Nicole Speights out of jealousy; Comments by the children's attorney Tony Hernandez III.


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