CHICAGO (AP) – A second man was ordered unrestrained on Friday during the shooting of a 7-year-old girl who was sitting in a car with her father near a McDonald’s in Chicago.
At the time of the April 18 shooting of Adams, 21-year-old Demond Goody was a contractor for four felony counts, said Kevin Debon, an attorney in Cook County Assistant. Goody is accused of first-degree murder and attempted first-degree murder, which also injured the girl’s father.
Goody twice opened fire on the car in which the girl and her father were. Debony told Judge David Navarro during the bond hearing that Goody posed a threat to the community.
Aslin and her father, 29-year-old Onta Adams, were driving a McDonald’s in Chicago’s West Side when two men came out of a silver Audi and opened fire. Prosecutors say they reappeared in the Audi when the victim’s car began to move. The video shows the two men getting out of an Audi again and firing into the car before firing. Prosecutors did not elaborate on the motive for the shooting.
Goudy’s attorney, Catherine Crawford, raised a number of objections during the hearing, including the revelation of Goudy’s juvenile post. He did not provide any positive background information about Goody after saying he could not continue the trial.
18-year-old Marion Lewis is also being held on charges of murder in the death of an unrelated girl.