Ex-Cons Dustin Scott and Christopher Davis Charged with Shooting Man at Parkville Bar
Dustin Fitzgerald Scott, 26, of 5032 Palmer Avenue in Baltimore, Md., and Christopher Joseph Davis, 29, of 3032 Palmer Avenue, Baltimore, Md., are both charged by Detective P. McClarin with attempted first-degree murder and related charges. Both are being held without bail at the Baltimore County Detention Center.
Scott enjoys the reputation of a long criminal record with convictions for armed carjacking and has a pending drug dealing rap.
The preliminary hearing for the pair of gunslingers will be held in District Court of Baltimore County on July 2, 2015. Attendees must check their guns with the deputies at the front door.
Police say that their investigation has indicated that Scott and Davis had a dispute with the victim.
Cops won’t have to look too far for Scott to attend his trial in Baltimore City District Court on June 24, 2015 on charges of failing to return to the scene of a crash involving damage to property which took place on March 3, 2015. Scott is represented by attorney Joshua Insley.
Could it be that the shooting at the Parkville bar had something to do with a business dispute? Scott currently has a case working in Baltimore City Circuit Court for charges of possession of drugs with the intent to distribute them, along with his co-defendant Kwame Ware, of Baltimore. Attorney Insley also represents Scott in this criminal case which has the next court date on July 1, 2015.
Scott entered a guilty plea in Baltimore City Circuit Court on June 18, 2010 to the use of a handgun in committing a crime in a plea bargain with the Baltimore City States Attorney. He was sentenced to 10 years in prison with 5 years suspended and 3 years of supervised probation. He was cited on March 18, 2014 with violating his probation and this latest charge ought to see him return to prison while he awaits trial on the Parkville bar shooting. Perhaps Scott should have considered avoiding a life of crime and taken that course offered on TV for learning how to be a truck driver.
Scott was charged with armed carjacking on Nov. 30, 2005 and in Baltimore City Circuit Court he entered into a plea deal for violation of his probation with the Baltimore City States Attorney by entering guilty plea. He received Probation after Conviction with a sentence of 8 years with 7 years and 6 months suspended and 3 years of supervised probation in 2005. On Jan. 22, 2007 he received a new sentence of 7 years and 6 months in prison with 4 years and 6 months suspended.
Davis entered a guilty plea to selling drugs in a deal with the Baltimore City States Attorney on March 8, 2010 and was sentenced to 5 years in prison with 4 years and 9 months and 6 days suspended with 1 year of probation.
On July 7, 2011 Davis entered a guilty plea to violating his probation and was awarded 2 years in prison.