Second brother jailed on charges from Raleigh home invasion

From staff reportsJanuary 9, 2013 

— The second man whom police accused in a 3 a.m. shooting and robbery at an East Lane Street house on Monday has been released from WakeMed Hospital and was being held in the Wake County Detention Center under a $5 million bond.

Jahaad Tariem Marshall, 26, of 1447 Garner Road in Raleigh, was taken into custody about 12:30 p.m. Tuesday and served with warrants accusing him of assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill inflicting serious injury, two counts of first-degree kidnapping, attempted first-degree rape, first-degree burglary and possession of a firearm by a felon.

According to the arrest warrants, Marshall had a .380-caliber handgun when he and his brother, Shabar Master Marshall, 16, of 208 N. Dixon Ave. in Cary were in a car that crashed as police chased it in connection with the shooting and robbery.

The car crashed at Ileagnes Drive and South Wilmington Street.

Jahaad Marshall told police he had chest pains, and EMS workers took him to the hospital to be examined.

Police were called to the 500 block of East Lane Street in the Oakwood neighborhood after the shooting.

During their investigation, they found out about a car, and officers spotted it shortly after and began the chase.

At the house, a 34-year-old man was shot and police said the two tried to assault a 32-year-old woman sexually.

The gun-possession charge against Jahaad Marshall is based on a 2006 conviction for burglary in Sumpter County, S.C., according to the warrants.

A criminal background report filed with the warrants show Marshall first being convicted in 2003 of burglary and theft and treated as a youthful offender in South Carolina.

He was arrested there in 2009 on charges of armed robbery with a dangerous weapon, third-degree arson and grand larceny and convicted on the two latter charges.

Shabar Marshall, also being held on a $5 million bond, was charged in warrants Monday with attempted first-degree murder, assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill inflicting serious injury, first-degree burglary, attempted first-degree sex offense and two counts of first-degree kidnapping.

He told police he is a student at Cary High School, but Wake County school officials said he is not enrolled.

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