2 Charged In Attempted Murder, Shooting
DENVER (CBS4)– Denver District Attorney Mitch Morrissey has charged two men accused of attempted murder and first degree assault in connection with a shooting.
The shooting happened May 22 in the 2800 block of Fairfax Street.
Racquise McClaine and Deangelo Spencer are both charged with four counts of criminal attempt to commit first degree murder, first degree assault, menacing with a deadly weapon and two counts of illegal discharge of a firearm.
A third suspect, Jamaica McClaine, is charged with attempt to influence a public servant.
The charges allege that Racquise McClaine, 21, Deangelo Spencer, 21, and Jamaica McClaine, 35, were involved in an altercation with a group of people. They allegedly threatened the group and shots were fired.
One shot injured a woman in the hand. The suspects ran away and were arrested on June 1.
They remain in custody in the Denver Detention Center. Bond is set at $250,000 for Racquise McClaine and Spencer. They are scheduled to appear in Denver County Court on June 8 for their second advisement.
Bond is set for $10,000 for Jamaica McClaine. He is scheduled to appear in Denver County Court on June 15. He is also accused of giving false information during the investigation.