On the surface, Karl Jarmon and Terrell Bennett were just teenage buddies who lived on the same block in Strawberry Mansion. But yesterday, police offered a
sinister assessment of the teens. The pair were money-grubbing, gun-toting predators looking for easy prey to rob, police said. On Aug. 29, they thought they
found it: Two elderly men standing outside the nearby Veterans of Foreign Wars post at 33rd and Diamond streets. They pounced, police said. A struggle ensued,
and in seconds, 78-year-old Enor Williams lay dying from a gunshot blast to the face, while his killers fled, empty-handed. "Their goal was to find
somebody to rob," Homicide Capt. James Clark said. "And they decided [the elderly men] would be easy targets." Jarmon and Bennett, both of Page
Street near 32nd, lived just a block from the VFW post where they allegedly ambushed Williams, a Korean War veteran from Fern Rock. Both teens now are being
held without bail on murder, robbery, conspiracy and weapons charges, Clark said.