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Default Grayson Valley, AL White Mane Invited 2 Chimps Into Home To Date Niece, Another Wimman Iz Shot Deff


Capital murder charges filed in Jeffco shooting that killed husband, wounded wife
Updated Aug 26, 8:46 AM

Formal charges have been filed against two men in the Thursday night killing of a Grayson Valley man and the wounding of his wife.

Jefferson County sheriff’s officials on Saturday announced that Kendall Bernard Banks, 25, and Zachery Durante Danner, 22, are charged with capital murder and attempted murder.Danner, who was arrested Aug. 16 on marijuana possession and receiving stolen property charges, surrendered to authorities on Sunday. Bond for both is set at $160,000.

Jefferson County sheriff’s deputies and fire medics were dispatched at 11:44 p.m. Thursday to a residence in the 5400 block of Nottinghill Drive in the Grayson Valley area. When they arrived on the scene, they found two victims suffering from gunshot wounds.

Michael James Moore, 35, was taken to the hospital where he was pronounced dead at 12:10 a.m. Friday, according to the Jefferson County Coroner’s Office. He lived at the home.

The second victim - his wife – also was taken to the hospital. Jefferson County sheriff’s Sgt. James Perry said she was in critical but stable condition. Capt. David Agee on Saturday said her condition has been upgraded to serious.

The incident began when, authorities say, Banks and Danner went to the couple’s home, interested in dating their niece and another woman. Perry said the men, however, were rejected and that’s when the pair instead robbed those inside the home. Gunfire then erupted.


Authorities say the Banks and Danner were invited to the home. Once the suspects entered the home, police say a domestic dispute happened. then a robbery.


Michael James Moore, age 35

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