Jury trial set to begin for accused hit man charged with killing four people

John Means (Provided Photo/IMPD)
John Means (Provided Photo/IMPD)

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) – The trial is scheduled to start Monday for an accused hit man who is charged with killing four people.

Investigators said they believe 21-year-old John Means was hired as a hit man in two, double homicides in Indianapolis in January 2014.

Police said Means shot and killed Tyrece Dorsey and William Davis outside a gas station on North Rural.

Four days later, they said he shot and killed Carlos Jefferson and Julius Douglas.

According to police, Means was recorded bragging about the shootings over the phone.

They said he was talking with Richard Grundy Junior, a man accused of several different homicides around the city.

Grundy’s trail is scheduled to start in December.