April Quick (mug shot DCSO)
A woman from Mountain Home, Arkansas has pleaded guilty to amended charges of second-degree murder for the ambush murder of her children's father.

Douglas County Prosecutor Roger Wall says April D. Quick, 33, and a friend of hers, Aimee L. Herring, shot and stabbed forty-two year-old Phillip Taylor to death at a roadside park between Ava and Mansfield on September 10, 2010, because "he had written a letter to April and demanded to see his children.  He thought he was going to see his children when they murdered him."

Per the plea agreement, Quick also pleaded guilty to armed criminal action. Quick was originally charged with first-degree murder, armed criminal action and robbery.  As part of the plea agreement, the robbery charge was dismissed.

Herring, 30, also of Mountain Home, pleaded guilty last year to amended charges of second-degree murder and armed criminal action for her part in Taylor's murder and was sentenced to fifteen years behind bars.
Aimee Herring (mug shot MDOC)
Quick is scheduled to be sentenced on April 3rd in Douglas County.


Anonymous said...

I am actually friends with Aimee herring, April's ex who took part in the murder. If she had never met April, she never would've hurt anyone. She's one of the most special people I have ever met