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Shocking Confession: Former NBA G League Player Admits to Kidnapping and Murder


Chance Comanche, a former player with the NBA G League's Stockton Kings, has made a chilling confession to kidnapping and killing a woman in Las Vegas. Comanche, along with his ex-girlfriend Sakari Harnden, allegedly lured the victim under false pretenses before murdering her. This shocking revelation has sent shockwaves throughout the basketball community.

In a disturbing turn of events, Comanche and Harnden were arrested and initially charged with kidnapping their friend, Marayna Rodgers. However, subsequent investigations uncovered Rodgers' remains, prompting the police to pursue murder charges against the duo. The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department released a statement detailing the heinous nature of the crime.

According to the police warrant, the perpetrators enticed the victim to a secluded location, claiming to offer a prostitution deal. They then strangled Rodgers in Harnden's vehicle and disposed of her body in a ditch, concealing it under rocks. After confessing, Comanche led detectives to the burial site.

The Sacramento Kings' affiliate team, the Stockton Kings, wasted no time in severing ties with Comanche following the revelations. The judicial process is now set to take its course, with Comanche facing extradition to Las Vegas to face charges.

The shocking text messages exchanged between Comanche and his ex-girlfriend provide further insight into the barbarity of their actions. Comanche's attorney has refrained from commenting until the court proceedings are underway.

This tragic incident serves as a stark reminder of the unpredictable nature of human behavior and the need for justice to prevail. Our thoughts go out to the victim's family and friends during this difficult time.

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Just whyyy. Like whyyyy He’s an athlete. He really could have gotten free yuss from anyone. Th3 fact that h3 did that tells me that, that’s just in him. Hes evil in the heart. True definition of just a bad person. I can never understand why public figures or people with enough wealth they can be real comfortable, why do they do terrible things? I know money can’t buy happiness but if you have all the resources you need why would you want to force anyone to do anything or hurt anyone. Just be as happy as your mental allows and enjoy your comfort. But to seek out individuals and intentionally do these kind of things.

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Drizzy Steverson
Drizzy Steverson
Dec 22, 2023

That’s crazy

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