The murderers of Jarryl Hagley, 17, at the Weston Pizza Pizza will serve at least 25 years in prison before they get the chance for parole. Brothers Lenneil and Shakiyl Shaw, both 25, and Mohamed Ali-Nur, 21, were convicted of first-degree murder two weeks ago and sentenced today.
The Hagley’s family and friends read their victim impact statements for several hours before the judge sentenced them.
Hagley was killed in late 2016 while he sat with friends in the Pizza Pizza. The murderers charged into the restaurant and shot at him with a shotgun and a pistol. Hagley was shot in the chest.
The killers’ escape was caught on video, and they were convicted in part on the testimony of an accomplice, whose car was used in the crime.
The jury in the Jarryl Hagley murder case is now deliberating. Hagley was murdered inside the Pizza Pizza on Weston Road in 2016 by men caught on camera fleeing.
Mohamed Ali-Nur and Lenneil Shaw are alleged to have murdered Hagley while he sat in the Pizza Pizza with friends. Their alleged accomplice, Shakiyl Shaw, is said to have driven the getaway car. A fourth man, Winston Poyser, is testifying against the accused. Poyser says he consumed drugs and alcohol with them before they drove his mother’s car and spotted Hagley in the restaurant.
The three men accused of the murder of Jarryl Hagley, in Weston’s Pizza Pizza, are on trial.
Shakiyl Shaw, his twin brother Lenneil Shaw and Mohamed Ali-Nur are alleged to have shot Hagley, 17, in 2016. A fourth man, Winston Poyser, who owned the car used and was present at the time is testifying against the three others.
Hagley was shot and killed in Pizza Pizza when two men burst in and started firing a shotgun and a handgun. A third man was outside as a lookout. Their escape was caught on video afterwards.
Hagley had been involved in an ongoing dispute with the men, according to police. He was also known to police.
The police have released video of three suspects in the murder of Jarryl Hagley at Pizza Pizza.
An SUV, probably a Toyota RAV4, parked on Little Ave, and three men (but not the driver) stepped out and walked to Pizza Pizza carrying a shotgun and a pistol under their hoodies. The car had a roof rack, a sunroof, and a tire mounted on the back and it may be a significant clue in the case.
One man smoked a cigarette while walking toward the Pizza Pizza. He stayed outside as a lookout, while the other two went in; one was armed with a shotgun, the other a handgun. The shooting inside lasted only seconds, during which time two shots were fired from the shotgun and four or five were fired from the handgun. One of the shotgun shots killed Hagley.
All the suspects fled towards Little Avenue; the lookout was the slowest of the group, and the police have an excellent view of his face. They reentered the car and fled down Little toward Lawrence.
Detective Worden said that Hagley and his friends had been involved in a dispute with the murderers over the past few months, and that there have been related shootings “in the surrounding area”. The murderers may not have targeted Hagley specifically, though; they “aimed in the direction of that group and were hoping to hit as many people as they could”.
Worden said that Hagley and two of his friends were “known to police” and “they would be considered young offenders” so he “can’t go into too much detail about what the disputes were about”.
A 17-year-old boy was murdered at the Pizza Pizza at Weston and John overnight.
Jarryl Hagley, from the Weston area, was eating with friends when he was shot at around 1:40 in the morning. Police say there was more than one gunman. Hagley was pronounced dead in the hospital shortly after the shooting.
Police are reviewing video from the restaurant and are collecting evidence. They are asking for help from any witnesses.