Man charged in March 2020 Detroit gas station slaying
Detroit – A 38-year-old man was denied the loan on suspicion of four criminal offenses in a fatal shooting at a gas station on the west side of Detroit in March 2020.
Daron Williams was charged on Wednesday by Malaika Ramsey-Heath, magistrate of the 36th borough, on four counts: first degree willful murder, two firearm cases and a criminal in possession of a firearm.
He was charged in a March 13 shooting at a Citgo gas station on the 3400 block of Fenkell. According to the police, two men, 28 and 37, quarreled around 11:40 p.m.
The older man allegedly pulled out a gun and shot the victim who died of his injuries. The shooter then fled the scene.
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Williams has applied for a court appointed attorney.
Williams is due for a probable cause conference on February 23 and preliminary examination on March 2, both in front of Judge Ronald Giles of the 36th District Court.
Williams pleaded guilty in Wayne County in August 2013 of attempting to supply or manufacture marijuana. In return for the admission of guilt, prosecutors dropped charges of supplying or manufacturing marijuana.