State recommends death penalty for suspect in 2014 Taco Bell murder

State recommends death penalty for suspect in 2014 Taco Bell murder
Vettia Roche spoke to WLOX, WSFA's sister station in Biloxi, after she lost almost everything in a tornado in February 2013 (Source: WLOX)
Vettia Roche spoke to WLOX, WSFA's sister station in Biloxi, after she lost almost everything in a tornado in February 2013 (Source: WLOX)

MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) - The state is seeking the death penalty against one of the suspects in the 2014 murder of a Taco Bell employee.

In court documents filed on Thursday, the state says because of aggravating circumstances it will seek the death penalty for Renauldous Chisholm.

Chisholm and another suspect, Kenneth Temple, worked with her at the Taco Bell on Atlanta Highway, near Faulkner University.

According to the filing, the murder happened during a robbery and was, "especially heinous, atrocious or cruel as compared to other capital offenses."

Chisholm's trial is scheduled for Aug. 22.

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