A 19-year-old Baltimore man charged with attempted murder had his case placed on a STET docket on May 12 before Baltimore CIty Circuit Court Judge John Addison Howard.
Dominic Noble is charged with four counts of first and second-degree attempted murder, four counts of first and second-degree assault, four counts of use of a firearm during a violent crime, conspiracy to armed robbery, three counts of armed robbery, reckless endangerment, possession of a firearm with a felony conviction, having a handgun on his person and having a handgun within 100 yards of the public in connection to an incident on Nov. 9, 2020.
Judge Howard listened as the prosecutor entered a STET with no conditions, with the reason that the defendant has four pending cases in circuit court. The prosecutor and Noble’s defense attorney McGreevy decided to resolve this case by placing it on the STET docket.
Noble was represented by defense attorney Arthur McGreevy.
According to Fox45 News, Noble was on the Baltimore Police Department’s most wanted list for a shooting that occurred on South Monroe Street near McHenry Street on Nov. 9, 2020. Four people were ashot at during the incident.