James Stevens (left) and Diontray Adams (right) face an extradition hearing Friday in Maryland to determine if they’ll be sent to Charlotte to face charges of murder, kidnapping and robbery. The two are accused of being responsible for the May death of 44-year-old Mario Johnis Medina-Chevez.
James Stevens (left) and Diontray Adams (right) face an extradition hearing Friday in Maryland to determine if they’ll be sent to Charlotte to face charges of murder, kidnapping and robbery. The two are accused of being responsible for the May death of 44-year-old Mario Johnis Medina-Chevez. WBTV
James Stevens (left) and Diontray Adams (right) face an extradition hearing Friday in Maryland to determine if they’ll be sent to Charlotte to face charges of murder, kidnapping and robbery. The two are accused of being responsible for the May death of 44-year-old Mario Johnis Medina-Chevez. WBTV

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