Annapolis man convicted of conspiracy to commit murder

ANNAPOLIS, Md. - A 24-year-old Annapolis man was convicted of conspiracy to commit first-degree murder for his role in a plot that left a man dead in Glen Burnie, the Anne Arundel County State's Attorney's Office said.

Gibran Dominique Anderson faces up to life in prison when he is sentenced Nov. 5. 

Anderson was charged in the murder of Tylique Proctor, who was shot on Oct. 1, 2015.

An eyewitness who had been driving in a car with Proctor said the two were following a dark SUV that unknown suspects who had previously met Procter were driving in. The two cars stopped near the intersection of Cedar Furnace Circle and Lacrosse Lane. Proctor got out of his car and walked to the SUV. 

Someone inside the car then shot Proctor 10 times, striking him four times. Proctor was found at the scene by police and died at a hospital later.

Police investigating the crime discovered that two days prior to the murder, a dark SUV matching the description from the scene had been rented by someone who was a known associate of Anderson. The car was returned 36 hours after the killing. Investigators found gunshot residue inside the car, leading them to believe a gun had recently been fired within it.

Witness statements and cell phone records placed Anderson at the scene when Proctor was killed. 

 

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