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LOUISVILLE, KY. (WDRB) -- A marker was unveiled Thursday morning at Woodland and Wilson avenues in west Louisville to honor four teenagers killed in a horrific car crash.
In December of 2008, Herbert Lee was driving a stolen car, running from police, when he crashed, killing twins Demar and Jemar Claybrooks, their brother Marc, and friend Aaron Shields.
Their families hope the spot will become a place for families of crime victims, so they don't have to revisit actual crime scenes.
Frank Shields, whose son was killed in the crash, said, "This is a place they can bring their family members 'cause this is what this is all about -- the community -- and so when they ride by here they know this is their spot, too."
Last week Lee was arrested again after police say he was behind the wheel of a stolen car. He was indicted Thursday along with another man, Charles Young, on charges of marijuana possession, driving without a valid license, and receiving stolen property.
A judge will soon decide whether Lee violated his probation.