Kenny drove Lorenzen to meet “Big Bill” and “Bobby Cole” and they walked down a secluded, one lane street in a wooded area, says Noel. Lorenzen thought they were going to do a drug deal for an agreed upon amount, but “Big Bill” pulled out a gun and pointed it to Lorenzen’s face, saying:
“what you gonna do now, pretty boy? Basketball star, what you gonna do now, motherfucker?”
He shoots at Lorenzen, who tried to pull out his phone to dial 911. Lorenzen held up his left arm and the bullet goes through his wrist. The other men were armed and pulled out their weapons and aimed at Lorenzen. A second shot went through the left side of Lorenzen’s head, killing him. Noel says “Big Bill” also told Lorezen that his mother would never see his “pretty face” again and the men fired 10 more shots at Lorenzen’s face and body as he laid on the ground.
Earlier that day, Noel says the men arrived to the area where they would kill Lorenzen, and cut through a wire fence so Lorenzen’s body could be easily dragged through the field surround by trees.
After they murdered him, Kenny Brown vomited (the burger he’d eaten earlier), says Noel as “Big Bill” carried Lorezen by the arms and the other grabbed Lorenzen by his legs out into the field.
Kenny Brown took the clothes he wore and put them in a bag to be burned and put on a second outfit he’d brought with him. As stated earlier, Noel believes his clothes were thrown into the “garbage” that Sherra burned in her backyard.
The shooters were paid $20,000 and given a Cadillac Escalade with the VIN scratched out.
Ironically, that was the same type of car Sherra purchased shortly after Lorenzen’s death.
It took police 10 days to find Lorenzen’s dead body. When they finally found him, Lorezen’s body was badly decomposed due to the July heat, rain, and animals in the forest area. At the time of his death, Lorenzen weighed 225 pounds at 6’11. When he was found, he only weighed 57 pounds.
Germantown 911 Dispatchers reportedly told detectives they’d received a call from Lorenzen’s cell phone just after midnight where he was heard yelling expletives before his voice was drowned out by the sound of 10 gunshots. The dispatcher hung up the phone to handle the police radio, says reports. Another dispatcher tried calling Lorenzen’s phone back to no answer.
The dispatchers failed to notify police about the call until 8 days later, days after Lorenzen’s mother notified the police that her son was missing. Investigators were able to track the location of the phone call to his murder scene.
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