A Shreveport man was convicted Friday, July 30, 2021, of an armed robbery that occurred in early 2019.
Marquis Quatreal Moss, 32, faced trial before Caddo District Judge John D. Mosely Jr. The three-man, nine-woman jury determined that Moss entered the parked vehicle of his female victim February 8, 2019, on Commerce Street, requesting a ride. After the victim started driving, Moss pulled a gun on her, demanded money and forced her to get out of the car and onto her knees. He then drove off with the woman’s car and belongings.
The jury deliberated just under an hour before returning with its verdict.
When he returns to Judge Mosely’s court August 31. 2021, he faces a sentence of 10 to 99 tears in prison at hard labor, without benefit of parole, probation or suspension of sentence.
Moss was prosecuted by Senáe D. Hall and Mekisha Smith Creal. He was defended by Mary Harried and Michelle Charles.