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Brothers indicted in four other Raleigh home invasions

Posted February 25, 2013

— Two brothers arrested after a violent home invasion last month in Raleigh's Oakwood neighborhood were indicted Monday on more than two dozen additional charges stemming from four other home invasions in Raleigh that were less than two miles apart..

Jahaad Tariem Allah Marshall, 26, and Shabar Master Marshall, 16, were arrested Jan. 7 after, police say, one of them shot a man in his spine and sexually assaulted his wife in the middle of the night at a home on Lane Street.

The pair each face numerous charges in the home invasion, including first-degree sex offense, robbery with a dangerous weapon and assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill inflicting serious injury,

Shabar Marshall was indicted Monday on 15 charges in connection with a Dec. 11 home invasion on Dorety Place, Dec. 26 home invasions on Hatton Way and Toccopola Street and a Dec. 30 home invasion on Sherry Drive.

Jahaad Marshall was indicted on 11 charges in the Dec. 26 and Dec. 30 cases.

According to indictments, each of the home invasions happened during the night-time hours, and the victims were held against their will and robbed of personal property.

In the Dec. 30 home invasion, the brothers allegedly stole a .25-caliber Raven pistol that, according to a search warrant, police recovered following the Jan. 7 crime when an officer pursuing the brothers saw someone throw the gun out of the car window.

In addition to the charges stemming from the Lane Street home invasion, Shabar Marshall was indicted on three counts each of first-degree burglary and possession of stolen goods, two counts each of first-degree kidnapping and robbery with a dangerous weapon and one count each of felony larceny, felony larceny of a firearm, second-degree burglary, second-degree kidnapping and common law robbery.

Jahaad Marshall was indicted on two counts each of first-degree burglary, possession of stolen goods, first-degree kidnapping and robbery with a dangerous weapon and one count each of felony larceny of a firearm, felony larceny and second-degree burglary.

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  • fishon Feb 27, 3:48 p.m.

    And gun laws does not equal people taking your guns away. It only restricts what kind of gun you can have, like now you can't own a tommy gun. You don't see criminals running around with those anymore.
    tann84

    That is not exactly true. You too can own a "tommy gun". Get a class 3 license, then fork over about $18,000 for the full auto weapon. Google "Tommy Gun for Sale".

    Of course most criminals might get hung up on the class 3 license if they would ever bother, hey they're criminals! Personally I could probably get the license but I would be hung up on the $18,000...

  • miketroll3572 Feb 26, 5:05 p.m.

    Here is what I think people are missing. They owned a gun, it didn't help them. Their gun got stolen. It seems like people just think if you have a gun then that just solves all the problems. It doesn't. And gun laws does not equal people taking your guns away. It only restricts what kind of gun you can have, like now you can't own a tommy gun. You don't see criminals running around with those anymore. Owning a gun does not stop crime just like it didn't in this story. You have to be very fortunate still to be able to get to the gun and still use it before the criminals get to you. That still doesn't guarantee your safety. Its just a sad sad story.

    Typical liberal misstatement. The gun was stolen from a home with nobody in it. They used the gun on the Jan 7th invasion. You have the weirdest way of thinking!

  • beachboater Feb 26, 4:29 p.m.

    "@ City Boy.....I was thinking the same thing. I also think there should be some kind of compensation for this guys who is now disabled for the rest of his life." dlentz2

    There will be. Social Security Disability. Paid for by all the working past and present people of America.

    I don't think you pay social security on the fruits of burglary.

  • beachboater Feb 26, 4:27 p.m.

    Gun regulation is the ONLY answer....clearthinker

    Gun regulation FOR CRIMINALS is the ONLY answer. Oh, wait, don't we already have that?????

    That's right................they are called criminals because they don't obey the law, including the part about convicted felons being in possession of a firearm. Seems everytime I read the public record in the paper, there are always a couple charged with possession of a firearm by a convicted felon. It must be a right of passing. If you are a convicted felon, you gotta have a gun.

  • beachboater Feb 26, 4:21 p.m.

    "Unless any of you pro gun people have ever cleaned up the mess after someone has been shot, I suggest you keep your comments to yourself."
    clearthinker

    I started to post based on this until I read your later thread where you told of your family members being the victims.

    In looking at that, would you not have rather been cleaning up the mess of the criminals if your relatives had been armed and trained in the use of those arms? I know I would.

    I have guns, and have a concealed carry permit application being processed. I don't ever intend to use a gun for anything other than target practice. But in the statistically insignificant chance that someone does break into my house, or attack any of my loved ones, I want to be prepared to protect them. If I have a baseball bat and they don't, that's good. If they have a gun, and I have a whistle, shame on me.

    Never carry a knife to a gunfight. And like the Boy Scouts say: "Be Prepared"

  • brassy Feb 26, 1:19 p.m.

    Please put them away for a very long time! That nice man who tried to protect his wife from them will never walk again.

  • veyor Feb 26, 1:10 p.m.

    If we had built prisons out of the stimulous money and lock up repeat criminals we would get rid of at least 80% of crime. But then that would do away with a lot of attornies now wouldn't it?

  • Lightfoot3 Feb 26, 1:06 p.m.

    ... hire security to patrol perimeter, build a 10ft electrified fence, install land mines in yard, booby trap each room ...

  • SisterChristian Feb 26, 12:41 p.m.

    Keep lights on front door and back porch. Keep a light on in a room. Have guard dogs. Make sure you have enough time to grab the gun and aim to shoot don't stop until you have emptied all rounds. Dogs (GUARD DOGS) are the best. A dog can hear things others cannot. They will warn you. Have your gun by your bedside. SHOOT! Have 911 on the other line.

  • tann84 Feb 26, 11:58 a.m.

    Here is what I think people are missing. They owned a gun, it didn't help them. Their gun got stolen. It seems like people just think if you have a gun then that just solves all the problems. It doesn't. And gun laws does not equal people taking your guns away. It only restricts what kind of gun you can have, like now you can't own a tommy gun. You don't see criminals running around with those anymore. Owning a gun does not stop crime just like it didn't in this story. You have to be very fortunate still to be able to get to the gun and still use it before the criminals get to you. That still doesn't guarantee your safety. Its just a sad sad story.

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