Mauda’Rico Proctor Pleads Guilty to Dominic Davis’ Murder

Mauda’Rico Proctor pleaded guilty to voluntary manslaughter Friday for the fatal shooting of Dominic Davis on January 14, 2013.

He was originally charged with first-degree premeditated murder while armed.

According to the plea agreement, Proctor will likely spend six years in prison. The maximum sentence for voluntary manslaughter is 30 years and requires a minimum sentence of five years.

Police responded to a shooting on the 500 block of 57th Street Northeast at approximately 10:42 a.m., where they found Davis suffering from gunshot wounds, according to the charging documents. Davis was rushed to Prince George’s County Hospital where he was pronounced dead at 11:25 a.m. after life saving efforts failed.

At the time of the incident, Proctor was in a rented black Mazda 6 on 57th Street Northeast with a group of people, according to the proffer of facts. They parked in an alley on the 500 block, at which point Proctor and an accomplice got out of the car and approached Davis, who was sitting in the passenger seat of a parked car nearby.

According to the proffer, Proctor’s accomplice ordered Davis out of the car at gunpoint. The accomplice instructed Davis to lie face-down on the ground.

Proctor demanded drugs and money from Davis, and “patted [him] down,” charging documents say. The accomplice ordered the driver out of the car and told him to get on his knees and took the driver’s wallet, according to the proffer. The driver was kneeling behind Davis.

The proffer states that Proctor went through the passenger side of the car and again demanded drugs and money. When Davis told Proctor he didn’t have anything else, Proctor shot him in the back multiple times with a silver handgun. Davis died as a result of the gunshot wounds, according to the proffer. Proctor and his accomplice fled in the black Mazda.

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