The teens charged in the Miami Gardens murder of 17-year-old Roderick Sweeting: From left to right: Rachid Jacques, 16, Devon Vickers, 15, and Quarmaine McMillan, 16.
The teens charged in the Miami Gardens murder of 17-year-old Roderick Sweeting: From left to right: Rachid Jacques, 16, Devon Vickers, 15, and Quarmaine McMillan, 16. David Ovalle Miami Herald
The teens charged in the Miami Gardens murder of 17-year-old Roderick Sweeting: From left to right: Rachid Jacques, 16, Devon Vickers, 15, and Quarmaine McMillan, 16. David Ovalle Miami Herald

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