BRUNSWICK, Ga. -- Sherry West walked into a Glynn County courtroom Wednesday and sat just few feet away from the two teenagers accused of killing her 13 month-old-boy.
"I can't wait till the trial. I am ready for a trial," she said.
Prosecutors say DeMarquise Elkins, 17, and Dominique Lang, 15, shot Antonio Santiago in March while trying to rob West as she took her son for a walk in their Brunswick neighborhood.
"I still see people walking dogs down that street and baby strollers and I fear for them. I really do," said West.
Not long after Elkins and Lang were arrested, three more members of the Elkins family found themselves behind bars. Karimah, Katrina, and Sabrina Elkins are accused of trying to cover up the crime, by either providing the suspect with an alibi, or by trying to hide the possible murder weapon.
All five defendants were in court Wednesday, basically for a housekeeping hearing. Attorneys and the judge ironed out some scheduling details. The judge once again said he'd like to see this case go to trial by August.
"The sooner they get convicted the better," said West.
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