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Teens bound over in bike path death

Sep 12, 2013 By Eric Blom, Staff Writer

Insults to the assailants' families were the motivation for the Sept. 3 beating death and assault on the Rails to Trails path, authorities ...


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Santana Mendoza, 16, and John Potter, 15, above, both of Riverton, have been accused of killing David Ronald Moss, 25, and beating unconscious Aleeah Crispin on Sept. 3 on the Rails to Trails path north of Riverton. The teens face one count of second-degree murder and one of attempted second-degree murder, felonies punishable by imprisonment for 20 years or life. Photos by Wayne Nicholls

Santana Mendoza, 16, and John Potter, 15, above, both of Riverton, have been accused of killing David Ronald Moss, 25, and beating unconscious Aleeah Crispin on Sept. 3 on the Rails to Trails path north of Riverton. The teens face one count of second-degree murder and one of attempted second-degree murder, felonies punishable by imprisonment for 20 years or life. Photos by Wayne Nicholls


Santana Mendoza, 16, and John Potter, 15, above, both of Riverton, have been accused of killing David Ronald Moss, 25, and beating unconscious Aleeah Crispin on Sept. 3 on the Rails to Trails path north of Riverton. The teens face one count of second-degree murder and one of attempted second-degree murder, felonies punishable by imprisonment for 20 years or life. Photos by Wayne Nicholls

Santana Mendoza, 16, and John Potter, 15, above, both of Riverton, have been accused of killing David Ronald Moss, 25, and beating unconscious Aleeah Crispin on Sept. 3 on the Rails to Trails path north of Riverton. The teens face one count of second-degree murder and one of attempted second-degree murder, felonies punishable by imprisonment for 20 years or life. Photos by Wayne Nicholls

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