Updated 6:00 p.m.: Charging documents have been added at the bottom of this post.
Charging documents for Raymond Roseboro, accused in the killing of teen Prince Okorie in Petworth Nov. 30, allege that Roseboro was the only one in a group of men armed and he that fired a gun at Okorie multiple times, leaving “several” shell casings at the scene.
Roseboro, a 20-year-old resident of Northwest D.C. known as Raybob, is charged with second degree murder. He was arrested Dec. 10 and is next due in court Dec. 21 for a preliminary hearing.
According to the affidavit in support of an arrest warrant for Roseboro, a witness to Okorie’s death “heard a gunshot, looked, and saw Raybob armed with a gun in [his] hand and [Okorie] on the ground. As [the witness] turned away, it heard additional gunshots.”
The original charging documents in the case will be posted this afternoon to Homicide Watch. The original charging documents are below.