Week Ahead

Each Friday, Homicide Watch brings you a list of upcoming hearings in the cases we follow. All hearings are scheduled for 9:30 a.m. unless otherwise noted. To add an item to the listing, email homicidewatchdc [at] gmail.com. To see scheduled court hearings beyond next week, see our calendar.

See next week’s listings after the jump.

On Wednesday, Keir Johnson and Marcellus Jackson are expected by Judge Thomas Motley for arraignment. Johnson and Jackson are two of seven men named in an eighty count gang indictment connected to the shooting death of Jamal Coates. Johnson was arrested in Jacksonville, North Carolina Dec. 19

On Thursday, Curtis Patterson and Rickey Pharr are expected for a status conference with Judge Motley. Patterson and Pharr are charged in the death of Angelo Jones. A trial is scheduled to begin Feb. 13.

On Friday, Andrew Williams is expected for a preliminary hearing with Judge Ronna Beck. Williams is suspected in the shooting death of Junon Snead.

Anthony Speight is expected at 11 a.m. for a preliminary hearing with Judge Lynn Leibovitz. Speight is suspected in the shooting death of Bill Mitchell Jr.

Judge Leibovitz is also expecting brothers David and Montez Warren for the completion of a preliminary hearing. They are suspected in the shooting death of Ervin Lamont Griffin.

Harold Proctor is also scheduled with Judge Leibovitz for a preliminary hearing. He is suspected in the stabbing death of Kevin Blackwell Jr.

Judge William Jackson is expecting Steven Cephas for sentencing. Cephas pleaded guilty to voluntary manslaughter in the death of his girlfriend’s 20-month-old child, Dominic Dwayne Kingsbury Jr., who was in Cephas’ care on Nov. 8, 2010.

Judge Jackson is also expecting Cinthya Proctor and Laurence Hassan for sentencing. Proctor and Hassan pleaded guilty to second-degree murder in the death of Latisha Frazier. Two of their former co-defendants, Brian Gaither and Johnnie Sweets, are expected for status hearings with Judge Jackson Friday as well.

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.

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