Suspects in two Columbia murders indicted by grand jury

October 13, 2011

A man accused of shooting and killing a woman in Long Reach and a man accused in a fatal stabbing in Harper's Choice were indicted Wednesday, Oct. 12 by a Howard County grand jury.

Dominique Davon McDonald, 21, of the 9700 block of Clocktower Lane in Columbia, is facing one count each of first-degree murder, using a handgun in a felony violent crime, and possessing a firearm after being convicted of a violent crime.

He is accused in the Sept. 12 death of Baltimore-based bail bondswoman Nichole Bernadette McNair in the 8700 block of Hayshed Lane. Police believe McDonald was a client of McNair's.

McDonald is being held without bail at the Howard County Detention Center in Jessup. He was also indicted in late September on firearms charges stemming from a separate case.

Anthony Patrick Parker, 53, of the 6000 block of Majors Lane in Columbia, is facing one count each of first-degree murder and first-degree assault. He is also being held without bond at the detention center in Jessup, accused of killing Phillip Edward Wise on Sept. 13 in a parking lot in the 5500 block of Harpers Farm Road.

Also indicted Oct. 12 were two Laurel residents accused of robbing a pharmacy in Jessup in September.

Roy Lee Moore, 38, of the 7600 block of South Arbory Lane, is facing one count each of armed robbery, robbery, using a handgun in a felony, conspiracy to commit armed robbery, conspiracy to commit robbery, first-degree assault, theft, drug possession, and drug possession with intent to distribute. Stoni B. Horton, 35, of the 9400 block of Nicklaus Lane, has been charged with one count each of armed robbery, robbery, conspiracy to commit armed robbery and conspiracy to commit robbery.

They are accused of robbing the Family Care Pharmacy in the 8600 block of Route 1 on Sept. 19. Moore allegedly displayed a gun and made off with 2,500 pills of the prescription painkiller Oxycodone, while Horton allegedly waited in a vehicle as the getaway driver.

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