Hawkins said they dumped the body in the woods, where it was found by hikers a year later.
In 1993, investigators learned Hawkins and the Culvers were the last people to see the victim alive, but they denied any involvement in his disappearance, and did not have any information about his whereabouts, the release said. "I know the wrong can't be changed but this is the closest I can come to doing the right thing".
After appearing on camera for a tearful interview, Hawkins met with Redding police and gave a statement. In 1993, Hawkins and his then-girlfriend, 46-year-old Shanna Culver, along with her brother, 45-year-old Curtis Culver, murdered 20-year-old Frank Wesley McAlister. Both were arraigned in Shasta County Superior Court on Friday afternoon and charged with murder, robbery, and two special circumstances: lying in wait and murder during the commission of a robbery, Shasta County District Attorney Stephanie Bridgett said.
During his TV interview Tuesday, Hawkins, wearing a long-sleeve T-shirt and camouflage trousers and clasping a can of cola, declined to give details about the killing. "Horrible, horrible, absolutely horrible every day", Hawkins said of what it's been like in the years since the murder. Every minute of every day has been a nightmare. "Frank never got to have a life, but we were teenagers and now I'm 44 and still haven't even had a life and now most likely won't anyway".
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Now he wants redemption as a born-again.
Hawkins said he reached out to the victim's family previous year.
After Hawkins, then 19 years old, told the group he knew people in Shingletown who McAlister might be able to buy the drugs from, the four agreed to drive there that day, the complaint cites Hawkins as saying.
'I talked to them several times and told them I was going to make it there so I could tell them what happened and I wanted their forgiveness, ' he said. "By the time I got there, his father had passed away", a remorseful Hawkins told the news channel.
Hawkins said it was God that motivated him to come forward.
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"I'm not running. I just need someone that cares".
'I just hope the community can also forgive me'.
According to KRCR, Brian Keith Hawkins, 44, turned himself in to the Shasta County Sheriff's Department after an emotional interview with the TV station.
Immediately prior to giving himself up to authorities, however, Hawkins was confessing to the crime for the first time at Sinclair Broadcasting's KRCR in Redding, California.
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