Published On: Fri, Nov 9th, 2018

Angie Ervies shooting death: Damion Dill and Jarquan Tiffith arrested, joining Erin Hines and unnamed suspect in murder scheme

Two more suspects have been arrested in the shooting death of 11-year-old Angelina Erives in North Las Vegas last week while one suspect remains outstanding. Police identified the two arrested as Damion Dill and Jarquan Tiffith.

The gang related shooting was retaliation, but they shot up the wrong house, killing the teen girl.

During a press conference on Thursday, authorities identified the Dill, 16, and Tiffith, 20, confirming that they werebooked into the Clark County Detention Center on multiple charges including murder with a deadly weapon, conspiracy to commit murder with a deadly weapon and four counts of attempted murder with a deadly weapon.

There is also a charge of gang enhancement.

Damion Dill and Jarquan Tiffith

Police released surveillance video that showed three suspects exiting a silver Nissan Altima and walking up to Erives’ family home in the 6700 block of Courtney Michelle at 9:30 p.m.

Two additional suspects stayed in the driver seat and front passenger seat of the car.

One of those two is Erin Hines, 17, who faces counts of murder with a deadly weapon and conspiracy to commit murder, and four counts of attempted murder with a deadly weapon.

Hines appeared in court Wednesday, and a hearing was set for Nov. 21. Hines told police he requested to drive the four others because “he didn’t want to shoot anyone,” according to his arrest report.

Guy Lee Banks III, 19, one of the suspects, died of a single gunshot wound to the head after a neighbor (who is a retired member of the U.S. Air Force Security Forces), fired his legally owned gun at the suspects’ fleeing car. Hines told police the three men shot 20 to 30 rounds.

Angelina, known as Angie, was sitting at her kitchen table with her mom and two sisters, ages 6 and 14, helping paint the older’s science project when bullets came through the window. No one else in the home was injured.

Angie’s mom, Anabel Sarabia, 30, said Wednesday that Angelina loved her life and everyone in it. The 11-year-old would prayed every night for her family, friends and strangers.

A GoFundMe page, which Anabel Sarabia said was organized by her extended friends and family, had raised more than $51,800 by Thursday night.

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