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Published on May 29, 2011
Excuse How I did This Mii First Time Doin This ... This Is Mii Bro And I Miss Him So MuchBut Here The Discription Of Jeremy Jenkins, 25, of South H Street, is charged with two counts of murder and two counts of robbery in the deaths of De'Neisha Lewis, 19, of New Orleans, and Corleis Robinson, 22, of Pensacola.
Jenkins was being held without bond Tuesday at Escambia County Jail.
Lewis and Robinson were shot and stripped of their clothing at Royal Crest Apartments in the 100 block of Old Corry Field Road. Lewis was shot in the head, and Robinson was shot in the chest.
Deputies found the bodies after responding to reports of gunfire at the Warrrington apartment complex.
Lewis had been living at the complex with her grandmother and 15-month-old son. The victims' clothing was found in some bushes behind the complex.
"Our investigators have worked tirelessly on this case" tracking down leads and processing evidence, Escambia County Sheriff's Office spokesman Deputy Chris Welborn said.
Welborn said that he couldn't discuss what specifically led to Jenkins' arrest.
The motive in the fatal shooting is robbery, but Welborn said he couldn't talk about what was taken from Lewis and Robinson.
Meanwhile, Laderik Fountain, 28, of the 500 block of East Fairfield Drive, was arrested Oct. 22 and charged with tampering with evidence in the double homicide case.
Fountain ended up with Robinson's cell phone after Robinson was killed, according to a Sheriff's Office report.
Investigators found that the phone had been used to call Fountain's sister. When investigators went to talk to her, she said her brother had the phone, the report said.
Fountain told investigators that he got the phone from another man. He said he destroyed the phone when he learned it had been taken during a homicide, according to the report.
Investigators found the phone in a trash can on Fort Smith Circle with Fountain's help.
Fountain remained in Escambia County Jail on Tuesday under $5,000 bond.