MAN SENTENCED TO 22 YEARS IN PRISON FOR MURDER THAT OCCURRED AT POPEYES

Updated: Sep 20

Ricoh McClain Stabs and kills man for cutting the line at fast-food restaurant


UPPER MARLBORO, MD (September 19, 2022) – Thirty-two year old Ricoh McClaine has been sentenced to 22 years in prison for a stabbing death that occurred at a Popeyes in Oxon Hill, Maryland. McClain was found guilty of second degree murder on April 15, 2022.


On November 4, 2019, McClain stabbed Kevin Davis (age 27) at the Popeyes located on Livingston Road, following an argument with the victim inside the restaurant.


"We are pleased that Mr. McClain is being held accountable for taking Mr. Davis’ life. This incident was a senseless tragedy that should never have happened,” said State’s Attorney Aisha Braveboy. “An argument should not end with someone losing their life. I commend ASA Shauna Coleman for the hard work and dedication put into getting justice for our victim and his loved ones. I also applaud the victim’s mother for her strength and courage to see this case through to the very end. I hope Mr. Davis’ loved ones can find closure in today’s sentencing and continue to heal from this devastating loss.”


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