BALTIMORE — The suspect who was accused of killing a man outside of a Baltimore night club last year, could face 60 years in prison.
The Baltimore City State's Attorney's Office said Karaca Hyman was found guilty of second degree murder of Abdoulie Jallow and the use of a fire arm.
According to the State's Attorney's Office, at 2:15 a.m. on September 30, 2018, Baltimore Police were called to investigate a shooting at the intersection of South Calvert and Redwood Street. When officers arrived, they recovered two .32 caliber shell casings and found Abdoulie Jallow with multiple gunshot wounds.
Jallow was taken to Shock Trauma where he died. An autopsy ruled the cause and manner of his death as a homicide.
Investigators learned that an individual dressed in a black leather jacket with a distinctive design, black pants and a black head-scarf started multiple verbal arguments with Jallow and his friends,as they waited for their ride.
In a report from the State's Attorney's Office, the suspect told the crowd, "I'll be back, I got something for you."
Moments later, the suspect returned to the scene driving a green 4-door BMW and struck Jallow with his car as he crossed Calvert Street. That's when Jallow went to the driver's door and was shot four times in the chest and arms. Officials said the driver then left the scene.
After discovering that the murder was captured on CCTV footage that night, Baltimore Police along with the FBI, identified the suspects car.
Hyman was arrested on November 8, 2018 in the 1400 block of Homestead St. His sentencing is scheduled for November 20, 2019.