BALTIMORE — The Baltimore State's Attorney Office said, after a four day trial, a mother and son were convicted of killing a man in South Baltimore.
Back on December 6, 2018, Baltimore Police went to the 300 block of Monroe Street to investigate a shooting. Investigators learned that 37-year-old Shakiea Worsley drove her 20-year-old son Terrance Belton to the 1900 block of McHenry Street.
When the two arrived at their location, they left the car and were approached by the Edward Calloway.
According to Belton, Calloway had a gun with him and had given it to another person before walking into a store at McHenry and Monroe Streets. When he left the store, a fight broke out between Calloway and Worsley.
After fighting Worsley, he started walking towards Belton who shot him five times.
Officials pronounced Calloway dead the next day.
Investigators found a red iPhone at the scene and discovered it was Worsley's and was registered under her son's name.
Witnesses confirmed that Worsley drove the car away from the scene after the shooting occurred. Belton admitted to shooting Calloway