Reputed gang member pleads not guilty in freeway shooting

Reputed gang member pleads not guilty in freeway shooting

Associated Press
LA Daily News

LOS ANGELES (AP) – A reputed gang member pleaded not guilty to the brazen daytime road rage killing of a young college student who was shot in the head while driving his Chevrolet Camaro on the Harbor Freeway.

D’andre Keyshaun Moorer, 27, of Los Angeles entered the plea to one count of murder on Monday. Superior Court Commissioner James N. Biano ordered him held without bail until a Sept. 14 hearing.
Michael Ryan Livingston, 20, of Long Beach was driving north on Interstate 110 near Manchester Avenue on March 29 when he was shot and his Camaro crashed into the concrete center divider wall. He died immediately.

Moorer and Donald Ray Shorts, 23, of Los Angeles were allegedly linked to the Livingston killing by investigators with a multiagency task force that included the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives and the U.S. Marshals Service, authorities said.

Shorts, who is in custody for unrelated crimes, has not yet been charged in the Livingston case, said Sandi Gibbons, a spokeswoman for the district attorney’s office.

“It’s our belief based on this investigation that this incident was the result of a road rage situation in which a group of individuals in one car, armed, took the life of another individual in another car,” police Chief William Bratton said last month.

Investigators didn’t divulge details about what may have provoked the defendants.

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