D’Andre Wall Found Guilty of Attempted Second Degree Murder Stemming From August 2019 Road Rage Incident

by MCS Staff

Today in the Circuit Court for Montgomery County, MD, before the Honorable Judge Sharon Burrell, a jury found D’Andre Wall guilty of attempted second-degree murder and guilty of use of a handgun in a violent crime.

These charges apply to Wall shooting at the male driver of a vehicle during a road rage incident on 8/8/2019 in Germantown, MD.

A female passenger was struck by one of the bullets and injured. –The male driver was 17-years old at the time and has requested that his name not be made public in any further reports.

Wall, 30, of Germantown, is now scheduled for a sentencing hearing on January 10th at 1pm. He is facing a maximum of 40 years in prison on the
attempted murder charge and an additional 20  years on the handgun charge.

Text messages between D’andre Wall and his uncle, NBA player John Wall, were used as evidence in the case.

Assistant State’s Attorneys Kelly McGann and Gordon King prosecuted this case.

The photo below shows one of the bullet holes that struck the car.


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