Devontay Anderson Wiki – Devontay Anderson Biography
Devontay Anderson is the last suspect of Jaslyn Adams’s murder, who was fatally shot in McDonald’s drive-thru. Anderson, who was arrested in Chicago. He was wanted for the first-degree murder of Jaslyn Adams, 7. The Chicago Sun-Times reported that federal authorities also charged him with unlawful flight to avoid prosecution, but the charge was ultimately dropped.
He is 22 years old.
Jaslyn Adams Murder
Jaslyn Adams was fatally shot in McDonald’s drive-thru on April 26. Jaslyn was sitting in a car with her dad at a McDonald’s drive-thru on the West Side when she was shot on April 18. She died from her injuries.
Jaslyn, affectionately known as “Pinky,” had three siblings. Family members said Jaslyn went to Cameron Elementary School, loved to dance and make Tik Tok videos.
Devontay Anderson Arrested
Anderson was arrested here “without incident,” according to FBI Special Agent Shelley Gryz. Anderson’s arrest came nearly three months after he was charged with Jaslyn’s first-degree murder, records show.
The FBI had offered a reward of as much as $25,000 for information leading to Anderson’s arrest and conviction. But Tuesday, authorities offered little detail about the circumstances surrounding his capture.
Neither the Chicago Police Department nor the Cook County State’s Attorney’s office would immediately comment on Anderson’s arrest, which was first disclosed in a court filing by a federal prosecutor.
Demond Goudy, 21, was taken into custody and charged with one count of first-degree murder and attempted murder. Prosecutors said Goudy allegedly jumped out of the front passenger seat and fired a .40 caliber firearm multiple times toward the vehicle Adams and her father were in.
Authorities believe Marion Lewis, 18, drove the vehicle that Anderson and Goudy used to fire at Jaslyn and her father. The 18-year-old was charged with her murder.
The first suspect arrested, Lewis, was shot by CPD after allegedly carjacking a vehicle on the Eisenhower.
Police believe Anderson sat in the backseat and allegedly used a Draco AK-47-styled gun with a banana clip and 7.62 bullets.
The FBI initially listed a $10,000 reward for his capture and said he had ties to the Miami area. Last month, the reward was raised to $25,000.