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The Bobster
11-24-2013, 07:50 AM

2 Men Shot and Killed
Sunday, Nov 24, 2013 | Updated 10:17 AM EST

York police are investigating the shooting deaths of two men, including one who may have been run over by a car after he was shot.

The York County coroner's office identified the men on Sunday morning. Police were called to the scene of the shooting Saturday evening in an alley in west York.

The two men were identified as 23-year-old Braydon Aldinger and 26-year-old Derek Ferree, both of them York residents.

Deputy Coroner Claude Stabley says autopsies will be performed Monday morning at Lehigh Valley Hospital. Stabley told the York Daily Record he had heard reports that a car had run over one of the shooting victims, but it wasn't obvious at the scene.

The Bobster
03-27-2014, 07:35 PM

Suspect Arrested For Double-fatal York Shooting After Months On The Run
March 27, 2014 3:17 PM

YORK, Pa. (AP) — An eastern Pennsylvania man charged with killing two men during a botched drug deal has been arrested in New York City after several months on the lam.

York police said 22-year-old Laquan “Q” Pierrelouis was arrested Wednesday and is awaiting extradition to Pennsylvania.

He is charged with criminal homicide in the Nov. 23 killing of 23-year-old Braydon Aldinger and 26-year-old Derek Ferree.

Police said a drug deal degenerated into a fight, during which Pierrelouis shot the victims.

A second suspect, 21-year-old Dejerek “Diego” Smallwood, was arrested in December. He is being held without bail and is awaiting trial on criminal homicide, conspiracy and drug charges.

The Bobster
03-28-2014, 12:33 PM

Drug deal leads to double-slay arrest
By Matt McNulty
March 28, 2014 | 5:56am

A man wanted in connection with a double murder in Pennsylvania was caught after being busted in Brooklyn on drug charges.

Laquan Anderson Pierrelouis, 23, was spotted in Bedford-Stuyvesant conducting a drug deal just before midnight Wednesday, according to police.

Cops say Pierrelouis told responding officers that his name was Spencer Johnson and that he lived on Nostrand *Avenue, but fingerprints *revealed his true identity.

He allegedly killed two people in York, Pa., on Nov. 23, 2013, in a fight over a drug deal.

01-09-2015, 09:23 AM

York City man pleads guilty to role in double homicide
Posted: 01/05/2015 09:31:38 PM EST


A defendant in a 2013 double-homicide case tearfully recalled the shootings as he pleaded guilty to two counts of voluntary manslaughter Monday morning, saying his eyes were filled with blood from being beaten at the time his attackers were shot.

A jury trial was scheduled to start for co-defendants Dejerek Basil Smallwood, 22, of 807 W. Poplar St., and 23-year-old Laquan Anderson Pierrelouis in the double homicide of Braydon Aldinger and Derek Ferree in the 500 block of West Mason Avenue.

But Smallwood avoided trial for first-degree murder and pleaded guilty to two counts of voluntary manslaughter for his involvement in the Nov. 23, 2013, homicides. Had a jury found him guilty of first-degree murder, he would have faced a mandatory sentence of life in prison.

The plea was open, meaning there was no negotiated plea with the state and no sentencing agreement for prison time on the voluntary manslaughter charges.

Pierrelouis is also expected to enter a plea after Smallwood is sentenced Feb. 24, according to prosecutors.

The charges: According to court documents, a third defendant, Arianna Tavares of York City, told detectives she had been buying heroin from Pierrelouis but at some point he stole some of her money.

She made a plan with Aldinger, 23, of Danielle Court in Manchester Township, and Ferree, 26, of Old Mill Inn Road in Manchester Township, to rob Pierrelouis and get her money back, documents state.

But Tavares said the three of them abandoned the plot when they bumped into a person who was looking to buy heroin and had the cash to do it, according to documents.

Tavares told detectives she called Pierrelouis and arranged a meeting, after which she, Aldinger and Ferree met Pierrelouis and Smallwood in the 500 block of West Mason Avenue about 7 p.m. that night, documents allege.

That's when the four men got into a physical altercation, police said.

She said that during the fight, she heard Pierrelouis repeatedly say "Give me that!" to Smallwood; Tavares told detectives Pierrelouis was referring to a gun, according to documents.

Police said Pierrelouis fired at least three times at Aldinger and Ferree, killing the men. Afterward, he fled the scene with Smallwood, police said.

Smallwood offered a different account Monday, saying the men were beating him, and he was scared and his eyes were filled with blood as he reached for the gun he kept in his pocket for protection.


Laquan "Q" Pierrelouis


Braydon G. Aldinger



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11-07-2015, 02:53 PM

Jury finds York City man guilty of first-degree murder
Posted: 11/06/2015 06:37:59 PM EST

Jurors found a York City man guilty of two counts of first-degree murder Friday for a November 2013 shooting during a drug deal that went bad.

Dejerek Basil Smallwood, 23, of York City, was found guilty of murdering Derek Ferree and Braydon Aldinger.

In Pennsylvania, a first-degree murder conviction comes with an automatic life sentence.