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New details emerge in York County teen’s shooting death

New details emerge in York County teen’s shooting death
Posted at 7:43 PM, Feb 05, 2015
and last updated 2015-02-05 19:43:55-05

York County, Va. - Dylan Peters was shot and killed because he wouldn't give over the "works," meaning drugs. That's what court papers are saying about the 17-year-old's murder.

Investigators refer to the accused teenage killer as "ET" in court documents.

ET is charged with murder and Tevin Lambert was charged with conspiracy to commit robbery.

Peters was shot several times through his front door.

The sheriff says it was a drug deal.

New court records show what exactly officials say happened that day.

Lambert and ET were texting Peters about buying marijuana from him.

ET was already planning on robbing Peters.

Lambert gave ET a backpack according to the criminal complaint and told him to use it for the drugs and money.

But it didn't go as planned.

When ET went to Peters' home, court documents show Peters wouldn't comply.

Then there were five gunshots with a .40 caliber handgun.

Four of those shots hit Dylan killing him.

Investigators say they don't have plans for any other arrests.

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