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New charges filed in Lakewood police killings

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(Darcus Allen is accused of driving Maurice Clemmons to this Forza
coffee shop on Nov. 29 where he gunned down four officers)


TACOMA, Wash. - The man accused of being the getaway driver in the Lakewood police killings has been charged with aggravated murder, which could carry the death penalty.
     
The News Tribune of Tacoma reports four counts were filed Tuesday against Darcus Allen, and he was scheduled to appear later Tuesday in Pierce County Superior Court.
     
Prosecutors say Allen was a friend of Maurice Clemmons and drove him to the Forza coffee shop on Nov. 29 where he gunned down four officers.
     
Clemmons was killed two days later in a confrontation with a Seattle police officer.
     
Six friends or relatives of Clemmons have been charged with rendering criminal assistance.
     
The 38-year-old Allen served time in prison with Clemmons in Arkansas and has been held on a fugitive warrant fro Arkansas where he is accused of robbery, theft and probation violations.

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