Each Friday, Homicide Watch brings you a tickler of which murder cases are coming up in the DC courts. Highlights this week are two preliminary hearings, one for Rodney McIntyre suspected of killing his daughter, Ebony Franklin, and one for Monquel Cook, suspected of killing Michael Milton Wilson. Also this week, Damon Sams, who pleaded guilty in the death of Ashely McRae, is due to be sentenced. Daquan Johnson is also scheduled for sentencing for the Feb. 2010 death of Carlos B. Alexander.
This information is current as of Thursday June 30 at five p.m. Please remember that court dates can change, even at the last minute. To view the docket of a case please go to the D.C. Courts website and search by the defendant’s name. To add an item to the calendar, email homicidewatchdc [at] gmail.com.
View the calendar tickler after the jump.
On Thursday, Keith Wade and Raymond Roseboro are both due in Judge Lynn Leibovitz’ courtroom (310) for status hearings in their cases. Wade is accused of first degree murder in Keith Neal’s death in January 2010. A trial date has been set for Nov. 7. Roseboro is suspected of second degree murder in Prince Okorie‘s death in Nov. 2010.
Judge Jackson is expecting two cases: Aneka Nelson, one of six young people suspected by police in the brutal beating death of teen Latisha Frazier, is expected for a status conference. She appears to be the only one of the co-defendants in the case scheduled for Friday.
Jackson is also expecting a preliminary hearing in the case against Monquel Cook. Cook is suspected of killing Michael Milton Wilson.