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Appellants Joshua Marchman and Joshua Arnold were involved, along with another perpetrator, in a two-day crime spree in the summer of 2009 that resulted in the shooting deaths of Nicholas Garner and Lateisha Weatherspoon. Appellants were tried jointly before a jury and both were found guilty of the crimes with which they were charged, including two counts of malice murder. They appealed, challenging the evidence presented against them, and admission of some of that evidence into the record. Finding no reversible error, the Supreme Court affirmed.