Trial for Truck Park bar shooting suspect moved to June

Court records show the jury trial for a man suspected of having a role in the shooting at St. Paul’s Truck Park Bar has another new start date.

According to the court register, the trial for 34-year-old Terry Brown will now begin on Monday, June 5. Brown is charged with one count of second-degree murder in connection with the death of 27-year-old Marquisha Wiley. He’s also charged with 11 counts of attempted second-degree murder in connection with the incident.

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The trial was previously rescheduled for April 3 after the initial trial date of Jan. 30 for both Brown and his alleged co-conspirator, Devondre Phillips.

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In February, a jury found Phillips guilty of all eight counts of attempted second-degree murder for the October 2021 shooting. Jurors reached the verdict less than a full day after they received the case.

The shooting’s aftermath also led to the conviction of Gabriel Lee Young-Duncan, the conviction of Jerome Fletcher Horton Jr. and a lawsuit against Fleet Farm for their roles in a straw purchasing scheme linked to the Truck Park shooting.

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