ANTIOCH -- Three men were formally charged Wednesday in the shooting death of a man they wrongly assumed took their clothes from an apartment complex's laundry room.
Jeremy Mark Griffin, 24, of Oakley; Boise Alexander Duggan, 24, of Concord; and Johntue Felix Hinds, 28, of Antioch, were charged with murder and assault with a deadly weapon in connection with a Nov. 14 shooting that left 32-year-old Antioch man Juan Jose Hernandez dead, according to Antioch police.
Griffin and Duggan were also charged with being convicted felons in possession of a firearm and dissuading a witness, both of which are felonies.
Duggan also faces a felony charge of evading a police officer, first degree residential burglary and a "Three Strikes" enhancement.
Police said Griffin, Duggan and a third person who was not named discovered their clothes missing from the laundry room of the Delta Pines apartment complex at 2301 Sycamore Drive in Antioch.
Griffin, Duggan and Hinds then went to an apartment in the complex where they believed they would find their clothes.
An argument ensued between the men and the occupants of the apartment.
Hernandez, who was not involved in the theft of the clothes, was attacked by the group and fatally shot shortly after 9 p.m., police said.
Police did not say if Hernandez lived at the apartment.
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