Mauda’Rico Proctor Pleads Innocent in Death of Dominic Davis

Mauda’Rico Proctor pleaded innocent Monday to nine criminal charges, including two counts of first-degree murder, in connection with the January 2013 shooting death of Dominic Anthony Davis.

Davis was found in the 500 Block of 57th Street Northeast with multiple gunshot wounds by police. He was transported to Prince George’s County Hospital, where he later died of his injuries.

Charging documents allege that Proctor took a witness’s rental car to 57th Street Northeast in search of Davis to retaliate for another murder.

Proctor and another man, armed with a silver semi-automatic handgun, approached Davis and an unidentified witness in the witness’s car, forcing them out at gunpoint and demanded that they lie down on the ground, according to the prosecution.

The men wore ski masks and “patted down” Davis, taking a cell phone, money, and a wallet, according to the witness. After searching the car, one of the masked men took the handgun from the other and shot Davis multiple times while he was lying on the ground, according to the witness.

Several witnesses identified Proctor as the man who used the rental car and had a gun.

One witness said that Proctor told them that he was going to kill Davis the next time he saw him, and another witness said that Proctor admitted to them that he had shot Davis, saying, “I went all Wayne Perry on his ass.”

One witness told police that they did not identify Proctor because they are afraid of him.

A status hearing is set for April 25 before Judge Robert Morin.

A full copy of Proctor’s indictment is added below.

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