(FOX News) - The man accused of killing an Indiana pastor's pregnant wife during a roberry last month has been accused of another murder, which prosecutors say was part of a crime spree that spanned eight days.
Larry Taylor, 18, was charged with murder and robbery Monday in connection with the Nov. 4 shooting death of Rolando Gonzalez-Hernandez, 26. Investigators say Gonzalez-Hernandez was found shot in the head next to his car in an Indianapolis apartment complex parking lot.
The Indianapolis Star reported that court documents alleged that Taylor told a police informant that he had shot Gonzalez-Hernandez after taking $10 from the man's wallet. An affidavit also claimed that Taylor showed an informant video of a news report about the killing.
Six days later, prosecutors say, Taylor murdered Amanda Blackburn, 28, after he and 21-year-old Jalen Watson burglarized the unlocked home she shared with her husband Davey. Investigators said the crime took place while the Blackburns' 15-month-old son was lying in his crib upstairs.