(WASHINGTON TIMES) A man named after “Scarface” actor Al Pacino was charged Monday in the 2013 murder of an Oakland man, police said.
Alpacino McDaniels — whose street name is Capone, after the Prohibition-era Chicago crime boss — was charged along with Charles Fuller in the death of Teric Traylor, The Boston Globe reported Tuesday.
Fuller, 31, and Traylor, 23, were allegedly in a personal dispute when Fuller told McDaniels to shoot him. McDaniels, 29, shot Traylor, who collapsed and died on the streets of a West Oakland neighborhood on July 6, 2013.
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