Saturday, August 25, 2012
Two black thugs have been arrested for murdering a young white woman
Murder charges have been filed against two 18-year-old black males for the slaying of Megan Boken, a 23-year-old Wheaton native who was shot in her car while in St. Louis for a volleyball game. Keith Esters and Johnathan Perkins, who are cousins, targeted Boken because they saw her talking on her cell phone in the city’s Central West End neighborhood, according to documents from the City of St. Louis circuit attorney’s office. Esters shot Boken twice, in the chest and the neck, while trying to steal the phone, according to the court records. Boken was talking to her mother at the time of the shooting. Perkins drove Esters to and from the murder scene and told police that Esters told him he shot Boken. Esters has been charged with first degree murder, first degree attempted robbery and two counts of armed criminal action. Perkins has been charged with second degree murder, second degree attempted robbery and two counts of armed criminal action. Bond for both black males was denied.