One of four suspects arrested in a Titusville homicide is the daughter of a Brevard County deputy, the Brevard County Sheriff's office confirmed Sunday.
The deputy's daughter is 22-year-old Lauren Hudgens, who deputies said lured the victim, Rayshaan Berry, last Monday morning to a local motel under the ruse of getting him to pay her for a sex act.
The Sheriff's office said instead 25-year-old David Richardson, 22-year-old Sir Aljenon Ingram and 23-year-old Kendrick Kitchen ambushed him when he got to the motel to take his money.
Berry refused to comply and was shot, deputies said.
Berry's body was driven west of Interstate 95 on State Road 50 and dumped on the side of the road, according to the Brevard County Sheriff's Office.
All four are charged with robbery with a firearm, first-degree felony murder and are being held without bond.