A York City man charged in the July shooting death of Dashaun Davis has been extradited back to York County to face homicide and related charges.
Jeffrey Allen Reid, Jr., 27, of 244 S. Duke St., Apt. 1, was remanded to York County Prison without bail when he was arraigned before District Judge Richard Martin II on Wednesday, according to court records.
Reid was arrested by U.S. Marshals in Richmond, Va., last week and was held there until he was brought back to York County.
In addition to homicide charge, Reid is also charged with conspiracy to commit homicide, illegal possession of a firearm, and three counts each of robbery and conspiracy to commit robbery, records state.
The shooting: Reid is accused of fatally shooting Davis, 23, of Juniper Street, while Davis sat in his car just after 11 p.m. on July 19 in the 200 block of Union Street. Davis was killed just around the corner from his family's home.
York City Police detectives suspect Reid intended to rob Davis.
Detectives allege Reid and his co-conspirators intended to pull a home-invasion robbery at a home in the 400 block of East Market Street at 9:40 p.m. the night Davis was killed, but that attempt was thwarted.
Fire investigation: Just days after the shooting, Reid became a suspect in a fire investigation after a blaze broke out in the apartment building where he lived.
The three-unit apartment building was damaged by a fire that erupted there about midnight July 21, city fire officials have said. The bulk of the fire was contained to Reid's first-floor apartment.
Others arrested: Reid is one of four people arrested in connection with the shooting. His live-girlfriend Shonique Shavon Smith-Hanna, 24, along with Naquan "Squeeze" Coakley, 22, of 1155 E. King St., and Malik "Problem" Williams, 18, of 766 W. Market St., Apt. 6, are all charged with homicide, robbery and conspiracy to commit those charges.
Karina DeJesus, the 23-year-old Harrisburg woman who allegedly helped Reid flee to Virginia, will be charged with hindering the apprehension of a suspect, police have said.
Reid is the father of at least one of DeJesus' children.
Reid will next appear in court at 9 a.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 16 for a preliminary hearing before Martin.
Court records do not list an attorney for Reid.
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