BOSSIER CITY, La. — Two Louisiana teenagers are charged as adults in the shooting death of an airman who was stationed at Barksdale Air Force Base.

News outlets report 18-year-old Jareona Crosby and 15-year-old Alonzo Wilson, both of Bossier City, were indicted Dec. 10 for second-degree murder in the slaying of 30-year-old Air Force Technical Sgt. Joshua Kidd.

Kidd, of Moneta, Virginia, was killed Sept. 25 by a gunshot to the chest after interrupting a vehicle burglary at his Bossier City home.

The airman served as a loading standardization crew chief with the 2nd Maintenance Group. He joined the Air Force in March 2008 and had previously been stationed at Osan Air Base, South Korea, and Spangdahlem Air Base, Germany.

Bossier City Police Department detectives arrested Jareona Crosby (above), 17, and Alonzo Wilson, 15, for second-degree murder on Oct. 1. (Bossier City Police Department)
Bossier City Police Department detectives arrested Jareona Crosby (above), 17, and Alonzo Wilson, 15, for second-degree murder on Oct. 1. (Bossier City Police Department)

Court records show Crosby was arraigned Dec. 11 and pleaded not guilty. She is being held in the Bossier Parish jail under $900,000 bond.

Wilson has been held in a juvenile facility.

It was not immediately clear whether Crosby and Wilson are represented by attorneys who could speak for them.