Monday, December 23, 2013

Bryson Charged For Evans Homicide At George Webb

Reginald T. Evans and Delorean L. Bryson

Murder suspect facing life without parole in the death of a George Webb cook.

By H. Nelson Goodson
December 23, 2013

Milwaukee, WI - On Monday, Delorean Latrell Bryson, 23, was charged with first-international homicide in the death of Reginald T. Evans, 21, a cook at the Eastside George Webb last Saturday. Bryson was also charged with possession of a weapon by a felon. If convicted, Bryson who has a criminal history is facing life in prison without parole. A cash bail of $500,000 was set for Bryson.
Last Friday, Evans was fatally shot shortly after he helped a waitress to take out from the restaurant an unruly group after they began to throw stuff around inside to a customer. Shortly after, Bryson returned with a gun and fatally shot Evans in the chest.
Police were able to identify Bryson by surveillance camera video at the restaurant. Bryson was arrested several hours later at his home in the north side of Milwaukee, according to police.
Also along with Bryson, Oliver D. Kennedy, 35, was charged with one felony count for harboring or aiding a felon and both Joycelyn M. Long, 37, and Shalanda Nichole Long, 32, were charged with one misdemeanor count each for disorderly conduct. The three suspects were with Bryson at George Webb.
A cash bail of $5,000 was set for Kennedy and signature bonds of $1,000 each was set for both Joycelyn and Shalanda.

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