in a gang-related were indicted by a grand jury Tuesday, according to information provided by the Manassas City Police Department Wednesday.
Justin Lee Finley, of Gainesville, and Stephon Damont Greene, of Manassas, was heard by a Prince William County General District Court judge on Aug. 23, who ordered the case to go before a grand jury on Tuesday, according to Manassas City Police Sgt. Brian Larkin.
Both men were also indicted on Tuesday for assault and battery, second degree murder and three counts of gang participation. The grand jury returned the indictments after finding probable cause for each charge and a continuing investigation, according to Larkin.
Court dates were expected to be set by today.
The victim, John Henry Jackson, of Manassas Park, died on May 28, 2012, as a result the injuries he suffered during the attack on the afternoon of March 17 on Aspen Place in the City of Manassas.
According to a witness at the scene who spoke with police, Jackson had been “jumped” by two other males. Witnesses also told police the assault was gang-related. Jackson was 19 years old at the time of his death.
in late May after they were featured as Manassas City’s "Fugitives of the Week" the month before.
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