Culpeper Men Indicted in Death of Glen Scarborough

An 18-count indictment against three Culpeper, Va. men was returned this week, charging them with the choking death of Glenn Scarborough in his Trinidad home in June.

Theodore Spencer, Terrell Wilson and Phillip Swan are due in court Jan. 11 to be arraigned on the charges.

The indictment alleges that the men conspired to attack and assault Scarborough for mistreating Spencer’s mother, Sharon Spencer, who was gravely ill. The men also believed that Scarborough had failed to take proper care of Sharon Spencer during her illness.

She died in June.

Scarborough was found dead in his basement apartment on June 19, a day after Spencer, Wilson and Swan are alleged to have forced their way into the home, bound, suffocated, beaten and choked Scarborough.

The indictment alleges that Spencer, Wilson, and a third person known to the Grand Jury also forced their way into Scarborough’s home on June 17.

Among the 18 crimes listed in the indictment are charges for burglary, kidnapping and weapons charges.

Read the indictment below.

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