Suspects Face Charges in Connection With Quincy Boy Shooting
Members of the Crider family made their first appearances in Adams County court Tuesday to face charges in connection with the March 28 fatal shooting of 12-year-old Ray Humphrey Jr.
The Herald-Whig reports that Stefan K. Crider Jr. and his wife, Julia, were charged Tuesday with four counts of conspiracy to commit obstruction of justice. Stefan Crider III is charged with five counts of obstruction. The alleged gunman, Steson L. Crider, is still awaiting extradition from Arizona. He faces a first-degree murder charge in Adams County.
Authorities claim Stefan Crider Jr. and Julia Crider helped their sons, Stefan Crider III and Steson Crider, flee Illinois after the shooting by providing them with money and a vehicle. Stefan Crider III allegedly helped his sibling get rid of a gun in Missouri.
The Crider family's next court date will be on June 3.