Domestic Dispute Led To Alleged Remington Murder

Benny Davis was involved in an argument with his girlfriend prior to allegedly shooting D’Andre Thomas earlier this month, according to court documents.

A domestic dispute led to Benny Davis allegedly shooting and killing D’Andre Thomas in Remington earlier this month.

According to Baltimore District Court records, in the stomach as Thomas tried to leave his home in the 2700 block of Fox Street. Davis came to the house earlier in the day looking for his girlfriend.

Earlier that morning Davis and his girlfriend were in an argument at their apartment in the 900 block of Druid Hill Park Lake Drive. During the argument Davis allegedly punched her in the face. She then left and said she was heading to her "best friends" house, according to documents.

Davis then showed up at Thomas’ door in Remington. Davis demanded to see his girlfriend and Thomas told him that she wasn’t at the residence.

Then at about 9:41 a.m., Davis allegedly returned to Thomas’ house and shot him as he tried to leave.

Baltimore police from the Northern District responded to a call about the shooting and found Thomas lying on the floor between the kitchen and living room, and a woman holding a towel over his wounds.

Officers asked the woman who shot Thomas and she replied "Benny."   

Police arrested and charged Davis with the murder—along with several other crimes—the following day.

Davis is currently being held without bail in the Baltimore City Detention Center.

He is scheduled to appear in district court on April 16.

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Baltimore Matt March 27, 2013 at 07:49 PM
This Benny Davis guy sounds like a really classy guy from his facebook that declares he is employed at Perking Homes "thuggn n druggn! I attached a link to his facebook page...I think most of his facebook friends should be put on some sort of criminal activities watch list. http://www.facebook.com/#!/benny.davis.9?fref=ts
Stephen Gewirtz March 27, 2013 at 09:57 PM
The courtroom in Eastside District Court, room 5, in which the preliminary hearing is scheduled is one that generally handles cases of domestic violence. In first degree murder cases like this one, what usually happens is that the prosecutor announces that the case has been or will be indicted and what the date of the arraignment will be in Circuit Court. Thank you Adam for explaining the domestic violence aspect of this case.
Adam Bednar March 28, 2013 at 01:41 PM
Thanks for explaining what the scheduled preliminary hearing is about Stephen.


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