CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) - The suspects accused in the murder of Cleveland mother Angel Bradley-Crockett were back in court Tuesday morning.
The mother of three's naked and beaten body was tossed out of a van on I-90. Two Cleveland police officers misidentified the body of the slain woman for that of a dead deer.
Stephon Davis and Latesha Santos are facing a number of charges including aggravated murder, aggravated robbery and gross abuse of a corpse.
The prosecutor says Davis and Santos were in a borrowed van when they got into an accident with Bradley-Crockett.
They then allegedly lured her into the van and beat and strangled her.
Also on Tuesday, the disciplinary hearing for the two police officers who at first thought the slain woman's body was that of a dead deer has been post-poned at the request of their attorney.
It will be re-scheduled in the next two weeks.