October 28, 2018
Marcus Andrew Smith and David Damascus Harrison Jr.
The victim was a drug-dealing wigger with gold-plated teeth, so nothing of value was lost.
San Francisco, man.
Nuke it from orbit, salt the earth and then salt it again just to be sure.
Alameda County prosecutors charged two East Bay residents in August’s fatal shooting of 24-year-old Joseph Gormley in Castro Valley.
Documents released by the Alameda County district attorney’s office Wednesday showed charges for 21-year-old San Leandro resident David Damascus Harrison Jr, who was arrested on suspicion of murder with special circumstances of robbery and discharging a firearm. A second suspect, 22-year-old Oakland resident Marcus Andrew Smith, was charged with accessory after the fact.
Gormley was found with multiple gunshot wounds in a car on Aug. 9 on the 2300 block of John Court. Witness reports and surveillance video show a man with dreadlocks speeding away in an older white Ford Taurus with existing front damage and a missing hubcap.
“We know that the victim and the suspects met up consensually and that during the course of that meeting, something went sideways,” said Sgt. Ray Kelly, a spokesman for the Alameda County Sheriff’s Office.
“The victim sold marijuana to an unknown buyer, who requested the victim deliver the marijuana to a residence in Hayward, which was later identified as Harrison’s girlfriend’s residence,” Alameda County sheriff’s deputy Laurina Holt wrote in a probable cause statement.