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2 Charged in Raleigh Shooting

Posted April 3, 2008

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— Raleigh police have charged two men in the shooting death of Antonio McLean, 30

McLean's body was found at 636 Coleman St., off Rock Quarry Road, shortly after 3:30 a.m. on March 23.

On Thursday, Bryan Maurice James, 21, and Bobby Rashad Davis, 28, were charged and transported to the Wake County Jail.

James was charged with murder; Davis was charged with accessory after the fact to murder.

Anyone with information that might assist the investigation is asked to call the Raleigh Police Department's Detective Division at 919-890-3555 or Crime Stoppers at 919-226-CRIME.

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  • Elusive Apr 3, 2008

    jbirdnc...Now that was funny!

    However, Real I do commend you, because that was very sweet.

  • Real Apr 3, 2008

    I love Byran and his parents are wonderful people. There is no excuse for murder. What went wrong I don't know. But I am praying during this time. And I still love him. And I am not a girlfriend.

  • jbirdnc Apr 3, 2008

    Can we add time to the killer's prison term for the "look hard" mug shot? All of his friends will think he's "the man" with that photo.

  • Coach K is GREAT Apr 3, 2008

    Is this any surprise, that's all that's been in the news lately. It's very sad and those stats are from 2003. These kids need help or it's just going to get worse.
    beachbum1
    GOLO member since July 3, 2007
    April 3, 2008 12:42 p.m.
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    You can't help people that don't want to be helped, unless it's something they don't have to work for...

  • wakemom Apr 3, 2008

    another senseless murder. smh!

  • Raptor06 Apr 3, 2008

    There is absolutely no excuse for this behavior. And I don't care if they didn't know their fathers or mothers. It's up to the community to eradicate this type of behavior. However, don't wait for the NAACP to get involved or to advocate what really NEEDS to be done. They only care about the war in Iraq; not the wars in Raleigh, Chapel Hill, Durham, etc,...

  • beachbum1 Apr 3, 2008

    In 2003 4,834 out of every 100,000 black males were sentenced to prison compared to 681 per every 100,000 white males and 1,778 per 100,000 Hispanic males.

    Is this any surprise, that's all that's been in the news lately. It's very sad and those stats are from 2003. These kids need help or it's just going to get worse.

  • 1crazygirl Apr 3, 2008

    I am SOOOOO glad I do not live in the city. I LOVE the little bitty town that I live in where crime in general RARELY happens.

  • DarnYou Apr 3, 2008

    More of the same.