Man convicted in 2020 Eminence, Mo., road rage shooting
EMINENCE, Mo. (KY3) - A man has been convicted in a 2020 road rage shooting that happened in Eminence and left one dead.
Missouri Attorney General Andrew Bailey released that his office secured a guilty verdict against Daymond Reeves for the 2020 murder of Allan Brewer. Reeves was sentenced to life without the possibility of parole for first-degree murder on March 7.
Reeves shot Allan Brewer to death on State Highway E outside of Eminence, on August 8, 2020. When two people stopped to help Brewer, Reeves drove off. He was charged with first-degree murder and armed criminal action.
Reeves claimed self-defense at trial but admitted he did not need to shoot Brewer and that he intended to kill him.
A Reynolds County jury returned guilty verdicts on both counts as charged on December 2.
“As Attorney General, I will enforce the laws as written and protect Missourians by taking violent offenders off the street,” said Attorney General Bailey. “As a former prosecutor, I am personally committed to the idea that safer streets lead to prosperous communities, and my office will continue to obtain justice for Missourians throughout the state.”
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