GREENSBORO, N.C. — A teenager is the eighth person charged in the shooting death of a North Carolina man last year.

Media outlets reported a 16-year-old Greensboro girl was charged Monday with first-degree murder, armed robbery and conspiracy.

The teen is charged in the April shooting death of 37-year-old Larry Wayne Pratt, who was found unresponsive in his car in Greensboro. He died at the scene.

Greensboro police did not explain how the teen was connected to the case.

Five other people have been charged with Pratt’s death. They are 22-year-old Matthew David Stanford, 19-year-old Jayquan Shaheme Lilly, 18-year-old Taro Michael Isley, 21-year-old Kushaina Leadrienne Shaw and 27-year-old Derrick Dewayne White.

Two others are charged as accessories after the fact. They are 23-year-old Kojo Masaba Kunti Williams and 21-year-old Quiasha Nichelle Woods.

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