Who is Nakia Dorsey? Wiki, Bio, Age, family, Man who used laser-sight gun to kill homecoming queen, injure her Army soldier boyfriend

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A 24-year-old man Nakia Dorsey in Georgia will spend the rest of his life behind bars for shooting and killing a 17-year-old high school student with whom he was romantically involved and wounding her 24-year-old boyfriend, a member of the US Army. who surprised his girlfriend by coming home on Veterans Day weekend last year.

A DeKalb County jury found Nakia Dorsey guilty Monday of one count of felony murder and possession of a firearm in the commission of a felony, and two counts of aggravated assault, in the murder of Jayne Salazar-Chavez and injuries to Brandon Wilson, authorities announced. Following the verdict, Superior Court Judge LaTisha Dear Jackson, who presided over the trial, sentenced Dorsey to life in prison plus 25 years, with consecutive sentences.

Salazar-Chavez was a student and homecoming queen at Towers High School in Decatur, which is about 10 miles east of Atlanta, while Wilson was a US Army soldier back in the town on Veterans Day weekend when the tragic shooting occurred.

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Nakia Dorsey Age

The age of Nakia Dorsey is 24 year.

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Charges on Nakia Dorsey

According to a press release from the DeKalb County District Attorney’s Office, on November 10, 2022, Wilson went to Salazar-Chavez’s home to surprise her. However, when she got into the car with him, she was “withdrawn,” making Wilson suspicious, prosecutors said. She then asked him if she was seeing anyone else of hers and “demanded” him to hand over her cell phone.

While checking Salazar-Chavez’s phone, Wilson confronted her about a “suggestive text” on the phone sent from an unidentified number. Wilson then called the number and a person on the other end picked up the call, but he quickly hung up without saying anything, according to the statement.

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“A short time later, a call came in to Salazar-Chavez’s phone from the same number and Wilson answered,” prosecutors wrote. “The person she called, later identified as Defendant Dorsey, argued with Wilson about which of them was Salazer-Chavez’s boyfriend.” After the controversial call, Dorsey “demanded” that Salazar-Chavez return her personal belongings. Salazar-Chavez and Wilson then left the house together in Wilson’s car, but Salazar-Chavez would never return to his house.

“When they returned around 11:00 p.m. m., Wilson noticed a red laser was shining on his face,” the statement said. “He saw a man dressed in black walk towards the car pointing a gun with a laser and opening fire. Wilson turned the car around to drive away and the shooter continued to unload at the vehicle. In total, 20 bullets passed through the body of the car. Wilson drove to a gas station on Glenwood Road and called 911.” When the melee ended, Wilson had suffered a single, non-fatal gunshot wound to the leg, but Salazar-Chavez was shot in the torso and arm and died of his wounds shortly thereafter.

An anonymous tip provided to authorities in the days after the shooting led to Dorsey becoming the prime suspect in the shooting. Messages from her social media accounts confirmed that he was the person Salazar-Chavez had been texting with. Cell phone location data also showed Dorsey was at Salazar-Chavez’s home just before the shooting. A few days later, Dorsey was located at an apartment complex near the scene of the shooting and taken into custody.Read More…

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