BALTIMORE - A local man and two women have been sentenced to life plus 20 years following their convictions in a murder conspiracy case that resulted in the shooting death a year ago.
Judge Barry G. Williams sentenced Antoinette McGouldrick, 25, and Mashea Ray, 26, each received prison sentences of life plus 20 years. Warren Savage, 24, received life plus 25 years, for shooting Isiah White in Cherry Hill last September.
According to prosecutors, last Saturday, September 18th, a witness went to a downtown nightclub with her sister and two friends, Kaia Ray, and Nicole Ray. At closing time, the group went to meet the woman's boyfriend, Isiah White, and his friends at a nearby parking lot. During the encounter, one of White's friends bumped into Nicole Ray and took her cell phone during the resulting commotion, which Ray did not realize at the time.
After the incident, prosecutors added that the witness drove her group to the Rays' home, where they joined Mashea Ray and Antionette McGouldrick. Kaia Ray recounted the story of the incident for the two women, including the fact that a cell phone was taken. With the exception of the witness, the group then arranged a meeting in Cherry Hill with the man who stole the phone.
During the drive to the meeting location, the witness and Isiah White got into a verbal dispute, causing the witness to drive into a curb in the 2900 block of Edgewood Street and blow out a tire. She left the car and started to walk back to the home of a relative.
As she did so, a van she recognized as belonging to Mashea Ray passed her and stopped next to Isiah White. Antionette McGouldrick, Kaia Ray, and Mashea Ray got out of the van and berated White for failing to prevent his friend from bumping Nicole Ray and stealing her phone. The witness returned to the site and defused the situation. Antionette McGouldrick, Kaia Ray, and Mashea Ray got back into the van and returned to the Ray home, deciding to abandon the plan to retrieve the phone. Mashea Ray then left to take McGouldrick to another location.
Within a matter of minutes, prosecutors said Mashea Ray and McGouldrick returned to the 2900 block of Edgewood, this time accompanied by Warran Savage, McGouldrick's boyfriend. Ray, the driver, remained in the van. McGouldrick and Savage both got out. While McGouldrick remained next to the vehicle, Savage approached Isiah White. The witness assumed Savage intended to start a fight with her boyfriend. Instead, Savage drew a gun and fired two shots at White. McGouldrick and Savage got back into the van, and Mashea Ray drove away. Meanwhile, White ran across the street and collapsed. Shot through the heart, White died.
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