The trial for three men accused in the deadly shooting of 20-year-old Edward Griffin at a Westside intersection is coming to a close.
Lawyers in the case are expected to begin their closing arguments in the case Tuesday in San Bernardino Superior Court, said Deputy District Attorney Lisa Rogan.
Patrick Shaun Macon, his brother Marsean Lamont Macon and Norris Anthony Crawford face charges in the gang-related shooting death of Griffin at Medical Center Drive and Ninth Street, in San Bernardino, on Feb. 9, 2007.
Prosecutors say the three defendants were in a red Saturn that pulled up to a car containing Griffin and another man at the intersection. Gunshots were fired into the victim’s vehicle, killing Griffin and wounding the other man.
Unbeknownst to the suspects, police were nearby on an unrelated traffic stop.