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STATE OF MARYLAND a vs. fe PHILLIP WEST 7 CASENO.: 0892386692 * Sk af AIL, ‘Now comes the State of Mayland, by Marilyn J, Mosby, State's Attorney for Baltimore City, and Tract Robinson, Assistant Statc’s Attornoy for Baltimore City, sccking to have the Defendant's bail be revoked pursuant to Maryland Rule 4:216.3 pending the outcome of his trial sand submits the following in support of this application: +. On January 14, 2019, Phillip West (hereafter the Defendant) tamed himself in and was arrested and cherged under 0302386692 with the First Degree Munler of Rodnoy ‘Beamon nd reluted firearms offenses stemming from a homioids that eccurred inside the Blamey Stone Pub located at 704 South Broadway Street in Baltimore, Maryland on December 21, 2018, ‘The Defendant was initially held without Bail, 2. On January 16, 2019, the Defendant was present for his initial Bail Review in the Baltimore City District, He was represented by attormey Kenneth Ravenell. The Mattcr ‘was heard in front ofthe Honorable Michael Studdard. 3. On January 16, 2019, Judge Studdard changed the Defendant's No Bail status and set a ‘bail amount of $100,000 and ordered if released the Defendant must stay at the home of ‘his mother under private ASAP Home Monitoring and he wauld not be allowed to leave ‘his home. 4, The case is currently scheduled for a preliminary heating on February 14, 2019. 5, Pursuant to Maryland rule 4-216.3 the State secks an amendment of the pretrial release order and revocation of bail, ‘6. In support of this motion the State argues that Judge Studdard did not adequately address the requirements under Maryland Rule 4-216.1 in assessing the Defendint’s risk to public safety, 7. The State contends that the Defendant is a risk to public safety based on the facts of the case, On Deceanber 21, 2018, the Defendant and victim were inside the Blamey Stone Peb with numerous other patrons. After briefly exiting the pub both men retum and an argument ensued, The Defendant pulled out a handgun and shot the vietinx mauttiple 1 STATE OF MARYLAND - INTHE vs. * DISTRICT COURT _ PHILLIP WEST * FOR a CASENO: 0n02386692 * BALTIMORE CITY ge ees x AlL ‘Now comes the State of Maryland, by Marilyn J, Mosby, State's Attorney for Baltimore City, and Traci Robinson, Assistant Statc’s Attorney for Baltimore City, secking to have the Dofendant's bail be revoked pursuant to Maryland Rule 4:216.3 pending the outcome of his trial and submits the following in support of this application: 1, On January 14, 2019, Phillip West (hereafter the Defendant) tumed himself in and wes emested and charged under 0302386692 with the First Degree Munder of Rodney. Beamon and coluted firearms offenses stentming from a homioiee that occurred inside the Blamey Stone Pub located at 704 South Brosdway Street in Baltimore, Maryland on December 21, 2018, The Defendant was initially held without Bail. 2. On January 16, 2019, the Defendant was present for his initial Bail Review in the Baltimore City District, He was represented by attomey Kenneth Ravenel}. The Matter was heard in front of the Honorable Miche! Studdard. 3. ‘On January 16, 2019, Judge Studdard changed the Defendant's No Bail status and set a ‘tail amount of $100,000 and ordered if released the Defendant must stay at the home of this mother under private ASAP Home Monitoring and he would not be sllowed to leave his home, 4, ‘The case is currently scheduled for a pretiminary hearing on February 14, 2019. 5. Pursuant to Maryland tule 4-216.3 the State secks an amendment of the pretrial release onder and revocation of bail. ‘6. In support of this motion the State argues thet Judge Studdard did not adequately address the requirements under Maryland Rule 4-216.1 in assessing the Defendiint’s risk to public safety, 7. "The State contends that the Defendant is a risk to public safety based on the facts of the case, On December 21, 2018, the Defendant and victim were inside the Blamey Stone Pub with numerous other patrons, After briefly exiting the pub both men return and an ‘agument ensued, The Defendant pulled out s handgun ane shot the vietim multiple 1 times. As the Refendant wes leaving a witness hoard him say that he would notbe isrespected. The Defendart then fled the aren. 8 ‘The Defendant was convicted in the U.S. District: Coun for Maryland for Conspiracy to Distribute und Possess with Intent to Distribute Narcotics, He received a nine year sentence, The reault of this conviction prohibits his possession of a handgun. ‘Yet, the Defendant on December 21, 2018 was in possession of a handgun. 9. The State belioves these faciors weight heavily in considering the Defendant's risk to piiblic safety. 10. The Court outlined the Defendant's flight risk, priar criminal history, and nature of evidence and nature ofcharges but did not address the Defendant's risk to public safety," However the State respeotfully disngrees with the determination of the Court that the Defendant is not a flight risk, While it is true the Defendant tumed himself in that was done nearly a month afler he mundesed Rodney Beamon, 51Bunther, the evidence is this case fs overwhelming. Wimesses observed the Defendant publicly execute Rodney Beamon. The Defendant was identified in a photo array(s) and there is survelllanca video whick shows the Defendant atthe put along with the victim. Further, the Defendant is fecing a Life sentence upon conviction for First Degree Murder. ‘Ho has every reason to flee to avoid prosecution. WHEREFORE, the State respectfully requests that the Defendant's ball be revoked in this matter bad no bail status be set immediately, Respectfully Submitted, Marilyn 5, Mosby Site’ for Baltimore City Troi L. Robinson Assistant State's Attomey Homicide Unit (20 East Baltimore Street, 9th Floor Baltimore, MD 21202 (443) 984-6032 ~-FRobinson@StAnomey.ory: * fudge Student fband that the issue of Mghltisk welghiad fn the Defendants favor white bis previous criminal ‘history, dhe cate of the evidence gaiest the Defendant andthe nature of charges fled weighted epxins the 2