Defense attorney Mary Martin filed a notice of alibi on Wilson’s behalf stating his whereabouts at the time prosecutors and police say Wilson was shot and killed.
In the motion, Wilson said that at the time of the Shamel’s slaying, he was at his home on Branch Court in Harrison with his brother, then a friend’s residence in Cincinnati, then back at his home with his brother after a stop on Robben Lane in Cincinnati.
In the shooting incident, a woman placed a 911 call and said an intruder had shot her son.
“Someone just barged in and shot my son,” the caller said. “I need an ambulance right away.”
When the dispatcher asked if he was conscious, the woman answered, “he is still breathing. He is gasping.”
As the dispatcher gathered information for police and paramedics on their way, the mother said while crying, “Darrian? Ma’am he is gone. He’s gone.”