One day after the decision to no indict Darren Wilson for the murder of teen, Mike Brown was announced, another black male’s body was found shot to death and burned.

Hit the jump for the details.

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Since the news broke, the 20-year-old has been identified as DeAndre Joshua. A resident at Canfield Green Apartments found the boy’s body in a white Pontiac Grand Prix surrounded by blood and glass.

“I’m still stunned because he never had any problems. He was a good kid,” relative Brian Joshua, 45 said, as other family members sobbed. “It’s like somebody just hit us with a brick.”
DeAndre Joshua graduated from high school and worked at Walmart, he said.
Walmart said Joshua had worked at Walmart as a stocker for more than a year.
“We are deeply saddened to learn the news that one of our Wal-Mart family members tragically lost his life,” Dacona Smith, senior vice president for operations at Walmart, said.

With everything happening around the city of Ferguson, Joshua’s family is not hopeful of a proper investigation. “Police don’t care — he’s black,” said Renita Towns, the victims grandmother.

It’s sad when you have to think this way.


…and bad news continues to linger among Ferguson natives. Following the decision not to indict officer Darren Wilson, riots broke out with screaming residents and violent groups banning together to make a statement.

Now, reports are showing that a black male, who could be as young as 16 to as old as mid 20s, was found shot to death and burned near Canfield Green Apartments – complex where Mike Brown was shot and killed.

Last evening, gunshots rang out and the black male was one in the crossfire. He was later found in a car with his body burned from a fire someone set; to burn the evidence.

Statement form the St. Louis County Police Department:

“The St. Louis County Police Department is on the 9400 block of Glenn Owen in Ferguson, MO, near the intersection of Windwood and Glenn Owen.
At approximately 9 a.m. today, a citizen reported that an unresponsive man was inside a parked vehicle at that location. Responding officers discovered a deceased male inside the vehicle.
No information on the identity of the man or additional information about the man, ownership of the car or circumstances leading up to the discovery. … Detectives from the St. Louis County Crimes Against Persons are enroute to conduct the investigation.
This incident is currently being classified as a suspicious death and will remain so until evidence allows a different classification. No further information at this time.”

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