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Two accused of murder in Rice Road shooting indicted by Boone County grand jury

Quanina Lambert (left) and Jordan Brantley
Boone County Sheriff's Office
Quanina Lambert (left) and Jordan Brantley


Two people who were charged with murder for their alleged roles in a May 26 shootout that left a man dead were indicted by a Boone County grand jury on Friday.

Quanina Lakeitha Lambert, 34, and Jordan Jerodisiah Brantley, 18, are being held at the Boone County Jail without bond. Brantley was charged with with first-degree assault, second-degree felony murder and armed criminal action. Lambert was charged with first-degree assault, second-degree felony murder and hindering a felony prosecution.

Brantley has an arraignment scheduled for 1:30 p.m. Monday, June 24, at the Boone County Courthouse, while Lambert’s is set for 8:30 a.m. Monday, July 1.

According to previous reporting, police allege Lambert was inside a home on Rice Road that was apparently targeted by a group of shooters who pulled up in an SUV. Lambert allegedly gave her gun to a man at the scene.

Police found a man who was shot in the head and later died at an area hospital. He was identified as Trevon Ashcraft, 18.

Brantley was part of the group targeting the house and was seen on video wearing a black ski mask, according to a probable cause statement. He was allegedly seen on video shooting down Boyd Lane during the shootout. Police believe he fired the fatal shot. 

Previous reporting states that investigators found evidence of three shooters near the building and another about 100 yards away.

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