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2 men accused in Oakwood case face new charges

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The two men charged in connection with a robbery, shooting and sexual assault in Raleigh's Oakwood neighborhood now face more charges.

Jahaad Tariem Allah Marshall, 26, and Shabar Marshall, 16, were arrested in December after being seen fleeing the scene of a robbery, shooting and sexual assault around 3:30 a.m. Jahaad Tariem Marshall was 26 at the time of his arrest in December and Shabar Marshall was 16.

Police caught them after a high-speed chase that ended with the Marshalls crashing their car at Wilmington and Rush streets.

Indictments from superior court involve more charges. According to the indictments:

  • On Dec. 11, Shabar Marshall broke into a house in Raleigh on Dorety Place and kidnapped the owner. Marshall is also accused of stealing a silver laptop.
  • On Dec. 26, both Marshalls broke into a home on Toccopola Street in Raleigh. They stole a knife, printer and iPod.
  • On Dec. 26, the brothers broke into a home on Hatton Way in Raleigh. They stole a firearms.
  • On Dec. 30, the brothers broke into a home on Sherry Drive in Raleigh. They are accused of kidnapping a woman who lived there, stealing money, a purse and a pistol.
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