By Brian Chasnoff - Express-News
“Sorry,” said Betts, dazed and limping as police led him to a patrol car Sunday. “I have no idea what's going on.”
Curtis was with Betts during the home invasion, police said.
“It was blind devotion,” Smith said. Betts “had full control” of Curtis.
Betts “bashed him in the back of the head with a rock,” Rios said. “He was down on the ground and he kept on hitting him.”
Betts and Curtis then drove to Florida, where a pizza deliverywoman was attacked and robbed, Rios said.
Betts “was pulled out of the van and pulled down to the pavement,” Smith said.