Four men indicted in 2013 home invasion shooting

A Mercer County grand jury has returned a 16-count indictment charging four suspected gangsters with shooting Kayron Jones to death after invading his home at 12:30 a.m. on Aug. 13.

Mercer Prosecutor Joe Bocchini identified the suspects Friday as Anthony Hemingway, Naquan Chance, and London Feliciano — all 25-year-old Trentonians — and Quosheon Williams, 23, of Lawrence.

Each is charged with murder, felony murder, three counts of robbery, burglary, three counts of aggravated assault, and multiple weapons offenses, the prosecutor said.

It happened on an early summer morning at the home of Jones at 640 N. Olden Ave., where cops reported on word of gunfire. They found service worker and amateur baseball standout Jones, 25, with a gunshot wound to the chest. He died soon after at a city hospital.

Trenton detectives built the case against the suspects with surveillance video and eyewitness accounts and arrested the four within days of the slaying. Gangs and drugs figure into the slaying, cops said.

Hemingway, Feliciano and Williams are in the Mercer jail on $1 million bail each. Feliciano is being held on $750,000 bail.

Assistant Mercer Prosecutor Stacey Geurds presented the case to the grand jury. She asked anyone with information for the continuing investigation to call Trenton Detective Ryan Woodhead of the Mercer Homicide Task Force at 609-847-3015.

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