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[STATE] The People v. Wallace Gibson

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Criminal Arraignment

Court of San Andreas, District of Los Santos


The People




Wallace Gibson



Subpart 1. Title.


In the matter of the Petition of The People, on the 3rd of February, 2019, against Wallace Gibson.


Subpart 2. Body.


The People charge the subject(s) with:


WF001 - Drawing, Exhibiting or Using (Brandishing) a Firearm or Weapon
WF002 - Carrying a Unlicensed Firearm or Weapon
WF005 - Assault with a Firearm
WF009 - Possession of Illegal Firearms/Weapons
GF006 - Armed Robbery



Are multiple misdemeanors stacked for a felonious conviction?



Subpart 3. Request.


The People demand of the subject Wallace Gibson to the following:


13 Years (Days) and 0 Months (Hours)
Twenty Thousand Dollar Fine


Subpart 4. Evidence.



Exhibit 1.

CCTV Footage


Exhibit 2.







Exhibit 3.

Seth Decker Witness Statement






Exhibit 4.

Evidence Report






Exhibit 5.

Dashcam Footage showing Shooting


Subpart 5. Narrative.


Gerald Mill was taken into police custody on January 29th, 2019, following an armed robbery that took place at KB's Gas Station located at 1905 Atlantica Avenue at 20:25. Gerald Mill, alongside two other assailants, Marcus Wilburn and Wallace Gibson, were captured on MB's Gas Station CCTV cameras holding employees of the gas station at gunpoint. Gerald Mill is seen to be aiming a Beretta Px4 Storm at gas pump employees whilst two other assailants made entry on the gas station and robbed a cash register from three clerks working inside. (See exhibit #1)

Gerald Mill rode as a back-right passenger in a 1963 Chevrolet Impala (DY9 5546) cream in color registered to Gerald Mill with Marcus Wilburn as the driver and Wallace Gibson as the front passenger. The driver, Marcus Wilburn, withdrew a Smith & Wesson handgun and opened fire on Detective I Nicholas Moretta's patrol vehicle before leading police on a high speed vehicle pursuit. During the vehicle pursuit, Gerald Mill threw his Beretta Px4 Storm from the vehicle into a bush at the Vinewood Burgershot which was later collected and turned into evidence. (See exhibit #2)

The vehicle pursuit eventually came to a stop on Forum Street behind the LS Stadium in Ganton when all three suspects inside of the car surrendered. Gerald Mill, alongside the other two suspects, were taken into police custody. A witness statement was collected from Seth Decker (see exhibit #3), an employee at KB's Gas Station who was held at gunpoint and robbed by the three suspects, alongside CCTV footage collected showing all three suspects participating in the armed robbery. 




Subpart 6. Recommendation.


Parole Recommendation After Release



Grant Early Release



Release on Bail



Subpart 7. Declaration.


I, Alisha MacKenzie, District Attorney for San Andreas affirm that the foregoing is accurate and true to the best of my knowledge and belief.



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(( @Wright just letting you know that Craazy is banned from the forums I believe. He was complaining ICly that he was arrested/detained unlawfully and I rped giving him a Habeas Corpus Writ. I told him how to submit it on the forums and he said he's banned. ))

Edited by GamerX27

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** Clinton Jackson strolls into the courtroom alongside Wallace Gibson who'd be escorted by two police officers, sitting at the defendant's desk. **


(( Going to roleplay for Craazy considering he's forum banned. - Need a judge assigned @ThatGuy @Urshankov @EvilScotsman @Zebulon ))

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Notice of Action








Notice of Action

Court of San Andreas, District of Los Santos


Notice is hereby given that the People, in the above-named case, has filed a criminal complaint pleading against you. The complaint was filed with the Criminal Court of San Andreas on FEBRUARY 2, 2019.


You are officially being charged with the following:

  • WF001 - Drawing, Exhibiting or Using (Brandishing) a Firearm or Weapon
  • WF002 - Carrying a Unlicensed Firearm or Weapon
  • WF005 - Assault with a Firearm
  • WF009 - Possession of Illegal Firearms/Weapons
  • GF006 - Armed Robbery

Within 72 hours, you must provide an answer, or response, to the claim(s) enclosed with this notice (attached to this notice). You must file your answer, in addition to any motions (if any), within that same time frame. If you fail to do so within the time frame, a default judgment will be entered against you. There will be one more attempt to contact you before the default judgment is entered.


Your response must contain your pleading in the matter, which could be one of the following:



You plead guilty to some or all the crimes listed.


Not Guilty

You plead not guilty to some or all of the crimes listed, a will ensue.


No Contest

You do not formally plead guilty but you acknowledge the prosecution will likely prevail and choose not to contest the prosecution.


In addition, you may strike a plea deal with the prosecution, in which you can, for example, plead guilty for a lesser punishment.


(( @JameZ ))

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"As seen on the CCTV footage, Gerald Mill held a pistol towards gas pump employees whilst Wallace Gibson and Marcus Willburn entered the store, armed, and robbed the cash register. We believe the listed evidence and narrative presented covers everything that needs to be mentioned in any opening statement."


(( @ThatGuy @JameZ ))

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"Your Honor,


The defense would like to make the point that no firearm was found on Mr. Gibson and there's no way we can confirm that was a real firearm held by Mr. Gibson and not some sort of toy gun, therefore the defense asks that the prosecution expunges these firearm related charges unless they can produce evidence of the firearm which they they're allegedly accusing my client about. This also brings us to the point that my client should be charged with conspiracy to armed robbery and not the actual charge unless the prosecution can provide substantial evidence to prove otherwise, as there's no evidence of a firearm found on my client and the fact that my client did not physically take any items by himself.


Additionally, the defense is not sure why the prosecution is pursuing the  "assault with a firearm" charge when it wasn't my client opening fire at the police as clearly instructed in Exhibit 5, so we ask that that charge is also expunged. The defense would additionally like to seek bail your honor."


(( @ThatGuy @Wright ))

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