MURDER USA Eric Carter charged with stabbing ex-con Daivon Evans to death

  • Preliminary investigation revealed that the victim was assaulted and stabbed.

MURDER USA Eric Carter charged with stabbing ex-con Daivon Evans to death

Eric Carter charged with first and second-degree murder in stabbing death on Popular Grove Street on Sept 13, 2017, arrested Feb. 14, 2018, Balt Police

BALTIMORE, MD. – The streets of Baltimore are going to be just a smidgeon safer with one armed robber stabbed to death in 2017 and a man now charged with his murder.

Baltimore Police report that on February 14, 2018, the Baltimore Warrant Apprehension detectives arrested 23-year-old Eric Carter of 3018 W. Lanvale Street, Baltimore, Md.

Carter was arrested for the murder of a 34-year-old man in the 700 block of Popular Grove on September 13, 2017.

Detectives transported Eric Carter to Central Booking Intake Facility where he has been charged with 1st and 2nd-degree murder and 1st and 2nd assault.

On September 13, 2017, at approximately 1:09 a.m., Southwest District patrol officers responded to the 700 block of Popular Grove Street for a report of a cutting.

Once at the location, officers located 34-year-old Daivon Evans laying in the grass, bleeding heavily.

Daivon-Evans murdered on Sept. 13, 2017 Police have now charged Eric Carter with homicide on Feb. 14, 2018

Evans was transported to an area hospital where he later died.

Preliminary investigation revealed that the victim was assaulted and stabbed.

Homicide detectives are asking anyone with information to contact them at 410-396-2100, Metro Crime Stoppers 1-866-7lockup or text a tip 443-902-4824.

Murdered Evans was a convicted armed robber

Daivon Evans entered into a plea bargain with Baltimore States Attorney Marilyn Mosby on Feb. 27, 2013, when he was facing charges of armed carjacking, robbery, assault, and theft. THE DEAL: Evans pleaded guilty to robbery and the other charges, including violation of probation, were dropped. Evans was sentenced to twelve years in prison with eleven years, one month and twenty-five days suspended in the deal. He was ordered to be on supervised probation for three years.


Evans was sentenced to twelve years in prison on March 4, 2004, for armed robbery when he struck a plea deal with the Baltimore City States Attorney. THE DEAL: seven years were suspended and probation for three years.

These tributes were written in the obituary of Daivon Evans:

“Weeks has past and I’m praying my days get easier. Our son talks about you every day. Everything about you I love and appreciate. You had such a big heart and you understood me and I understood you. I miss you so much!! I understand God makes no mistakes, but my heart is still broken. However, I know your free and sleeping in peace. I also know that you have no more worries, no more sorrows, no more pain, no more sickness you’re free baby :cry:: cry: I love you always and forever! :kissing_closed_eyes:”

Kimberly Jones – October 15, 2017, at 11:32 PM

“Remembering my nephew and still saddened by his passing. My deepest regards to his mom and dad as well as our family as we all deal with this unexpected loss. We know to be absent from the body is to be present with the Lord, but heaven knows we miss having him here with us. A vacant seat remains permanently unfilled, a hole in our hearts that seems far from closing, a voice silenced by death, and a loved one that left up way too soon. Rest well Daivon and enjoy eternal life with our the God of our salvation and the host of loved ones with which you again dwell. Until we meet again, good night and look forward to the reunion in the morning.”

 Love Eternal – Uncle Roger

Roger N. Evans – September 28, 2017 at 11:10 PM

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