Baltimore police issued a warrant for the arrest of Darryl Anderson, 25, in the June 27 triple shooting in the 3300 block of Elmora Ave, in which 21-year-old Gennie Shird was killed.

Anderson, reportedly a Black Guerrilla Family (BGF) gang member, faces charges of first-degree murder, attempted murder, various assault charges and weapons charges.

According to police records, on June 27, a woman, Tierra Fallin, 29, ordered Anderson and another unidentified male to open fire on a group of women on a porch on Elmora Avenue in the wake of a neighborhood dispute. Three people, an unnamed 51-year-old woman, Cierra Williams, 24, and 21-year-old Shird were all hit with bullets.

A police spokesperson on the scene said all three women were transported to local area hospitals. Shird suffered from multiple gunshot wounds to the head and body. She was pronounced dead at the hospital about 30 minutes later, said a police spokesperson.

One of the other victims, Williams, is still recovering from the shooting. “Doctors think she’s going to be brain dead,” said her mother Denell Bishop, 45, in an earlier interview with the AFRO.

The unnamed 51-year-old woman was treated and released but police refuse to identify her. Because she is a witness in the case, her identity is being withheld to protect her, police said.

According to a police account of the shooting, before Fallin returned with the shooters she said, “I’m going to f-ck this whole block up and this b-tch is going to be first.”

According to witnesses, Fallin returned with Anderson and the unidentified male and told the man next to her, “Do what ya’ll do.” Police said Anderson then pulled out a silver handgun and opened fired on the women on the porch.

Fallin has been arrested and charged with second degree murder, conspiracy to commit first-degree murder, attempted second degree murder, reckless endangerment, assault in the second degree and weapons charge. She is being held without bail.

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Krishana Davis

AFRO Staff Writers