Cedric Johnson subpoenaed to appear at hearing for Darius Miles, Michael Davis
Cedric Johnson has been subpoenaed for the bond hearing for Darius Miles and Michael Davis on May 24 by both the district attorney’s office and Miles’ attorney, according to court documents.
The district attorney’s office subpoenaed police investigator Branden Culpepper. Mary Turner, Miles’ attorney, has also subpoenaed Asia Humphrey, Shubonte Green and Eileen Carbin.
A grand jury indicted Miles and Michael Lynn Davis on capital murder charges in March after the shooting death of 23-year-old Jamea Harris on Jan. 15 on the Tuscaloosa Strip. Johnson was Harris' boyfriend and a police investigator testified in February that Johnson was the driver.
Investigators believe the gun belonged to Miles, 21, but believe Davis, 21, pulled the trigger, per court documents. Both have been jailed without bond since Jan. 15. A judge denied bond after a preliminary hearing in February. Johnson did not appear in court for that hearing.
In that hearing, Miles' attorney argued Miles provided the gun for protection. Davis' attorney argued his client acted in self-defense.
Capt. Jack Kennedy of the Tuscaloosa Violent Crimes Unit said the driver of the vehicle drove to the Walk of Champions and reported the vehicle had been shot into and that he had shot back in self-defense.
Miles was in his third year with Alabama basketball and played in only six games during the season before his arrest.
The school announced that day he was no longer a member of the team. The day before, he had been ruled out for the season with an ankle injury before watching the LSU game in street clothes. He hadn't made an appearance in a game since the Dec. 20 matchup vs. Jackson State. Miles averages 6.5 minutes per game this season over that limited time.
Davis was not affiliated with UA, per Kennedy.
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