Mason's photograph was posted on a Crime Stoppers Web site, and he was identified twice on the television show “America's Most Wanted.” Later, Marquis Veal, a Lincoln Park gang member, told police about a conversation he had with Terrill Bell.In that conversation, Bell admitted taking part in the Velma Terrace shootings and said that Mason, Morris, and Perry were involved as well.
When Hana came home, one of the men met her soon after she entered the doorway. Hana later identified this man as Mason after seeing Mason's photograph on the internet. Newbern suffered a single gunshot wound to the head. Police observed urine in the toilet, which Preston had flushed before he went to work that day.
DNA analysis of the cigarette butts revealed that one matched Newbern's DNA. The probability that a random man in the African–American population would match the DNA found on that cigarette butt is 1 in 2.1 sextillion individuals.
However, we agree the evidence does not support multiple convictions for firearm possession based on Mason's possession of the same gun on different days. did not accept Morris's offer, Morris severed his relationship with Z. The house was located within the geographic territory of the Lincoln Park gang. Sometime afterwards, Stacey awoke to the sound of strange men in the house.
We also agree that the Three Strikes law does not provide for tripling sentences of life imprisonment without the possibility of parole. When she opened her bedroom door, a man appeared wearing a ski mask and holding a gun.
Garland, Assistant Attorney General, Arlene Sevidal and Andrew Mestman, Deputy Attorneys General, for Plaintiff and Respondent. The jury further convicted Mason of one count of attempted murder (§§ 187, subd.
(a)(2)); two counts of shooting at an inhabited dwelling (§ 246); and four counts of possession of a firearm by a felon (former § 12021, subd. The jury also found true several gang and firearms-related sentencing enhancements. Following a penalty phase trial, the jury fixed the penalty for one of the murder counts as life imprisonment without the possibility of parole.
Later analysis of the stain revealed that it contained a mixture of DNA from Mc Ghee and DNA from Tamoyia Morris.
Although they did not have Hana's witness identification or the DNA analysis identifying Mason at the time, police suspected that Mason was involved in the shootings.
In all other respects, the judgment as modified is affirmed. He was known for flaunting his wealth, which is called “flossing.” Morris, as an established member of Lincoln Park, offered to protect Z. At least two men were in the house, and they were speaking via walkie-talkies to at least one other man outside. The men threatened to kill her if she did not quiet down.