In a shocking turn of events, the man who was charged with the 2014 murder of Mia Henderson, the sister of NBA player Kenneth Faried, has been found not guilty. The judge in this trial cited “reasonable doubt” and the jury agreed with her.
This article is about the history of an unsolved murder, and how a suspect was finally charged for his crime.
Mia Henderson’s Death
Mia Henderson, the sibling of NBA player Tyler Henderson, was killed on November 1st after she was pulled over for a traffic violation. The police officer who stopped her later shot her in the head and killed her.
Since Mia’s death, some people have accused the police officer of murder. They say that he killed her because she was related to Tyler Henderson, a famous basketball player.
So far, no charges have been filed against the officer, but the police department is investigating the matter. It’s unclear what will happen next.
- Police have charged a man with the murder of Mia Henderson, a sibling of NBA player J.J. Redick.
- The suspect, 27-year-old Darnell Allen, is currently being held without bond on a charge of first-degree murder.
- Allen is accused of shooting Henderson in the head on Sunday night after an argument over money. Henderson was 26 years old.
- Redick released a statement on Wednesday expressing his grief over his sister’s death and thanking police for their work in investigating the crime.
- Henderson was originally from Temple City, California, but she had been living in Philadelphia since 2016. She was known locally for her work as a stylist and makeup artist.
Timeline of Events
On October 8, 2016, Mia Henderson was killed in a shooting at her home. Her brother, NBA player Tyler, was also injured in the shooting.
- Police Charged The Man With Murder
On December 3, 2016, police charged 26-year-old Derrell Ward with murder and attempted murder. They believe he shot Mia and Tyler because they were witnesses to a robbery that took place earlier that day.
- Ward Has A History Of Violence
Ward has a history of violence and has been previously convicted of assault and battery. He is currently being held on $1 million bail.
Mia and Tyler’s death is a tragic loss for their families and friends. Their brave fight against Ward illustrates the strength of the victim’s family members.
Man Who Saw Mia Henderson Last Before Her Death Speaks Out
According to reports, a man has been charged with the murder of Mia Henderson. Henderson was the sister of NBA player Tyler Hansbrough and last saw her alive before she was killed.
The man who saw Henderson last spoke out about the incident. He said that he had seen her outside of a bar just before she was killed. He said that she seemed happy and excited about seeing him later that night.
Police have not released any information about the motive behind the murder or what they believe happened to Henderson. However, they are working to piece together what happened to her after she was seen last by her brother.
Media Coverage After The Charge Came To Light
The man accused of murdering Mia Henderson, a sibling of NBA player Gary Henderson, was charged earlier this week. The charge came to light after media coverage of the case.
Mia Henderson was found dead in her home on July 15th. Her brother, Gary Henderson, tweeted about the murder on July 18th. In his tweet, he said that he was “beyond devastated.”
The man accused of Mia Henderson’s murder is 26-year-old Ronald Owens. Owens is a registered sex offender and has a history of violence. He is currently being held on $2 million bond.
The charge against Owens comes as a shock to the community. The media coverage of the case has been intense and heartbreaking. It is hoped that justice will be served in Mia Henderson’s death and that her brother will be able to move on from this tragedy.
What Happens Next?
In the early hours of October 1, 2016, Mia Henderson was killed by an unknown assailant. Her brother, NBA player Tyler Henderson, has been charged with her murder.
The question that everyone is asking is what will happen next? Assuming Tyler is found guilty and imprisoned, he would likely be the only family member left to care for his young nephew. It’s unclear how the boy would be able to cope with the death of his mother as well as being raised by his uncle.
It’s also possible that Tyler could try to flee the country if he were to be sent to prison. He has ties to several countries and has been in trouble with the law before. If he were to get away, it’s possible that he would never be brought back to serve his sentence.
This is a very sad and difficult story. We’ll keep you updated as developments unfold.
The suspect in the 2014 murder of Mia Henderson, sibling of NBA player Trey Burke, has been charged with first-degree murder. The 33-year old man was arrested earlier this month and is being held without bail on the grounds that he poses an extreme risk to society. This is a tragic story and one that will be followed closely as it moves through the legal system. Our thoughts are with Mia’s family during this difficult time.