Two more people are in custody for the March 17 shooting of a York City man who had been robbed the night before by the same trio that shot him, according to police.

Sherwayne Bourne, 16, of 220 S. Queen St., is in York County Prison on $200,000 bail, charged with two counts each of aggravated assault, robbery and criminal conspiracy to commit both offenses. He is charged as an adult.

Raymond Bruno-Carrasquillo, 19, of no fixed address in York City, is charged with the same offenses, according to York City Detective First Class Jeff Spence. He also is charged with carrying a firearm without a license, court records state.

Gun seized: During his arrest, Bruno-Carrasquillo was found to be in possession of a .38-caliber revolver with an obliterated serial number, Spence said.


Bruno-Carrasquillo was denied bail by District Judge Ronald Haskell Jr., who noted the man has three separate gun-related cases, court records state.

Both men were captured at the same time Friday by York City patrol officers at the corner of East Maple Street and Court Avenue, Spence said.

Already in custody for the shooting of Jamal Qasim-Vernon Drake is Daquan Romell Drummond, 20, of 427 Girard Ave. He remains in prison on $750,000 bail, charged with counts of aggravated assault, robbery and conspiracy.

Drake, 21, of East Boundary Avenue, was shot multiple times in the 300 block of East Maple Street just after 2 p.m. March 17.


Returned to scene: Spence said Drake and his brother, Rashaan Bennett-Drake, were robbed at gunpoint there Sunday night by three men, and returned to the block the next afternoon to look for their property. They thought perhaps the robbers might have dropped one of their wallets or cellphones, police said.

While the Drake brothers were searching for their property, the trio of robbers pulled up again and got out of the same vehicle they were in the night of the robbery, Spence said.


Three fired guns: All three robbers opened fire on the brothers, he said. Rashaan Bennett-Drake avoided injury, but Jamal Drake was critically wounded, police said.

His condition is improving, according to Spence.

"He is recovering," Spence said.

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