Police have arrested two more people for a shooting death in the city last month.
Naquan Kiyauntr Coakley, 22, and Shonique Shavon Smith-Hanna, 24, both of York, were charged this week with counts including criminal homicide and conspiracy to commit homicide in the killing of 23-year-old Dashaun Davis, according to charging documents.
Coakley was arrested Tuesday and Smith-Hanna was arrested Wednesday.
Eighteen-year-old Malik Cortray Williams, also of York, was arrested Tuesday and a fourth person, 27-year-old Jeffrey Allen Reid Jr., was arrested Monday in Richmond, Virginia.
Davis was shot to death in the 200 block of Union Street on July 19.
According to the criminal complaint, Reid and Smith-Hanna were seen walking on the block seconds before a witness heard four to five shots from the area.
The court document identifies Smith-Hanna as Reid’s girlfriend.
Police said in the complaint that Reid was seen driving a dark blue Cadillac that was registered to his brother and parked in front of Davis’s Chevrolet Impala.
A .380 caliber handgun with two live Federal rounds was found in the Cadillac and three spent .380 Federal casings were found in Davis’s car, the complaint states.
Police said they recovered four other spent .380 Federal casings in the 600 block of West Philadelphia Street earlier in the night after Reid, Williams and Coakley were seen fleeing an attempted home invasion.
Reid was seen firing four shots from a handgun as he fled the crime, which occurred about 20 minutes before Davis was killed, the complaint states.
Reid, Williams, Coakley and Smith-Hanna were seen together on surveillance video after another attempted home invasion that night in the 400 block of Market Street, police said in the complaint.
All four were also charged with attempted robbery, robbery, and conspiracy to commit robbery.
According to the complaint, Davis had a cell phone that was missing.