Four Charged In 2010 Triple Murder

Men accused of killing three members of family, attempting to kill young boy

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    The last of four south suburban men was charged Monday in the 2010 slayings of three members of a Harvey family at the attempted murder of a child in the home.

    Darryl Lloyd, 29, was denied bond in court Monday. Over the past month, three others -- Faheem Norwood, 25, Dejuan Crockett, 23, and Brandon Griffin, 29, were also charged and also denied bond. All four men face three counts of First Degree Murder and one count of Attempted Murder.

    The men are accused of entering a second floor apartment in the 300 block of West 151st Place and fatally shooting Donysha Stovall, 28, Shaquille Davis, 16, and 10-year-old Clarisma Torrey while she tried to hide in her bed.

    A fourth family member, a 4-year-old boy, was shot multiple times but survived.

    The suspects were arrested around 10 hours after the murders on a separate vehicular hijacking case, and three of the men were serving time in prison for those charges while police investigated the murder.