Kaneisha Huff, 25, of Devils Elbow has been charged with hindering the prosecution of a felony in relation to last week's quadruple shooting that resulted in the homicide deaths of two of the victims on January 11, 2018.

Kaneisha Huff, 25, of Devils Elbow has been charged with hindering the prosecution of a felony in relation to last week's quadruple shooting that resulted in the homicide deaths of two of the victims on January 11, 2018.
Huff was identified as the girlfriend of Richard Taylor, according to court documents in the case, during the course of the investigation following the shooting.
The Pulaski County Sheriff's Department (PCSD) is seeking the public’s help in locating Richard Romel Taylor, a 43 year old black male from the Devil’s Elbow area and Jamel L. Holt, a 34 year old black male, “who moves between Pulaski County and the St. Louis area.”
Taylor  has had two counts of murder in the first degree, two counts of assault in the first degree, and four counts of armed criminal action filed against him by Pulaski County Prosecuting Attorney Kevin Hillman in this case.
The deceased victims include Johnathan D. Graham, age 24 of Crocker and Sherry R. Gann, age 53 of Dixon. Surviving victims include Cassandra M. Gann, age 28 of Crocker and David L. Reeves, age 49 of Dixon, according to a press release from Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department.
Huff was found driving a white Mazda that is jointly owned by her and Taylor on January 12, according to the probable cause statement in Huff's case. Huff was interviewed by a PCSD detective on that date and "denied being with Taylor" the day before and the day she was found, Jan. 11-12, according to the investigating detective in the probable cause statement.
"Huff also denied knowing the location of Taylor and traveling to the Illinois area," the detective wrote in the statement.
Court documents revealed that PCSD had obtained surveillance footage from "Road Ranger, in Kawville, Illinois" that showed Taylor and Huff "inside the vehicle together," and an "employee of Road Ranger positively identified Kanesha as the passenger of the vehicle and Taylor" as the driver.
The detective reported that, "Huff confessed to me she knowingly took Taylor to Illinois."
According to the probable cause statement, Huff told the investigating detective that she was aware that Taylor was wanted and "did not attempt to provide information on his whereabouts to law enforcement."
Judge Colin Long issued a warrant for Huff's arrest and has set her bond at $250,000 cash or surety GPS monitoring. She is currently being held by PCSD. The probable cause statement notes that Huff is "currently on probation and parole for possession of a controlled substance."