Families brawl outside court hearing of bounty hunter accused of killing two teens

Families brawled outside the court hearing of a professional bounty hunter accused of murdering two teenagers.

Relatives had to be pulled apart after a court in Indianapolis heard Kevin Watkins, 46, killed Dionne Williams, 16, and his friend, Timmee Jackson, 15, on Christmas Eve.

He is being held on two counts of murder after a search of his home, vehicle and office revealed trails of blood, along with brain matter and body parts.

Police found the incriminating evidence after Williams’ mother reporter him missing.

Watkins, who owns Watkins Bail Bonds, is believed to have suspected Williams was involved in a burglary at his home, which he reported to the police on December 19.

Court documents reveal that Watkins’ daughter confronted the teen’s girlfriend, saying Williams ‘has got another thing coming’.

Investigators found two trails of blood when they searched Watkins’ home in the 5900 block of East 23rd Street on Christmas morning.

One extended from the front yard to the back, while a second trailed from the front yard to behind the garage of the house next door.

Brain matter was found in his front yard.

Officials also found a plastic rake, a broken window frame, a dash light and gray duct tape, all of which were covered in blood.

Police found the incriminating evidence after a mother reported her 16-year-old son Dionne Williams (right) went missing on Christmas Eve, along with his friend, Timmee Jackson, 15 (left)

There was also blood on the bumper and doors of Watkins’ SUV. Inside his car was a garbage bag containing bleach and rope.

Bloodied clothes that were reportedly last seen on Williams and Jackson were also found in Watkins’ SUV.

The clothes also had traces of bone and brain matter on them.

The Indianapolis Police Department issued a report that described the evidence. It read:

‘In the bag were bloody leaves, many pieces of bloody toilet paper and one fingertip from an African-American human.’

Detectives also searched the bounty hunter’s office, and a BB gun, mud-covered jeans and bloodied shoes were found in a nearby dumpster.

The bodies of the two teenagers have not been found. They were last seen in a residence about 100 feet from Watkins’ home with two other friends on Christmas Eve.

The group left around 8pm and walked just one street down before Williams and Jackson turned back to retrieve Williams’ cell phone.

They were not seen after that, and both of their mothers reported that they failed to return home that night.

New York Daily News reports that after his arrest, Watkins allegedly placed a phone call and asked to ‘get that pellet thing out of there and give it to Carl’. He added that it would be important.

The website also reported that surveillance footage captured Watkins placing several objects into a dumpster outside Watkins Bail Bonds.

Watkins is due in Marion County Court this morning. It is unknown if further charges will be brought against him, or if any accomplices were involved.

Source: The DailyMail

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