Arden Murder Case: Asheville Man Admits Guilt



Alfred Louis Logan Jr., who is charged with four murders across three states, pleaded guilty to second-degree murder in Buncombe County Superior Court. The guilty plea comes from the 2021 shooting of an Asheville man, Kedrick Tevon Green, for which Logan was sentenced to 30-37 years in prison. Investigation into cellphone records unveiled communication between Logan and Green minutes before the victim was killed.

Multiple Murder Charges for Asheville Man

Alfred Louis Logan, Jr., 44, pled guilty for the November 2021 shooting death of Asheville’s Kedrick Tevon Green, as announced by Attorney General Josh Stein. Logan was charged with second-degree murder and sentenced to 30-37 years in prison on Dec. 13.

Details of the Crime

Green was found shot to death in his vehicle in Asheville in November 2021. Investigation of cell phone records revealed Logan’s communication with Green just before the crime, according to a search warrant.

Victim’s Family Reeling

During the hearing, Green’s mother, Terria Shade Lytle, gave a victim’s impact statement, expressing agony over her grandchildren’s loss. Lytle expressed frustration with the justice system and questioned Alfred’s reduced charge.

Additional Charges for Logan

Logan, previously charged with first-degree murder, was arrested by U.S. Marshals. He is also facing murder charges in Alabama, South Carolina, and Wake County, North Carolina, with trials set for future months.

Remembering Kedrick Green

Green, nicknamed “Cricket” by friends and family, was a beloved father, son, and brother. He attended A.C. Reynolds High School and Buncombe Community School, pursued surgical technology at South College, and worked at High Water Clay.

Logan’s Sister and Girlfriend Also Charged

In connection with Green’s death, Logan’s girlfriend and sister were charged with accessory after the fact of first-degree murder. Logan’s girlfriend, Lindsey Nicole Calton, has fled Buncombe County with Logan and is now awaiting a trial in Alabama. Logan’s sister, Crystal Chevon Logan, was taken into custody on Dec. 14, 2021.

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