Two are convicted in fatal shooting of Randallstown teen

May 30, 2002|BY A SUN STAFF WRITER

An East Baltimore man and his uncle were convicted yesterday in city Circuit Court on related charges in the fatal shooting of a Randallstown man in July, the state's attorney's office announced.

Gregory Everett Jr., 21, and his uncle, Donta Morris, 22, both of the 1100 block of Abbott Court, were found guilty by a jury of first- and second-degree assault and handgun charges in the death of Antoine Gordon McRae, 19. Everett also was convicted of second-degree murder.

McRae was walking in the 1000 block of Harford Road with a friend July 10 when two men approached and a scuffle ensued, authorities said. Everett pulled a handgun from his uncle's waistband and shot McRae in the chest, prosecutors said.

Testimony revealed that Everett was jealous of McRae, who was dating a woman who had spurned Everett.

Sentencing was set for July 23.

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