Andrea White cried out to her husband just before she died.
“The last thing she said was, ‘Bobby, I got shot. Bobby, I got shot,’ ” White’s best friend Narissa Persaud testified in court Thursday, the second day of the murder trial surrounding White’s 2014 death in a drive-by shooting.
White was in the garage of her home with several people, including Persaud and her husband, Bobby Lewis, on Forest Creek Pathway, in the area of Morningside and Old Finch Aves., when she was fatally struck by a bullet on the night of April 12, 2014.
Alwayne Bigby, 26, and Michael Davani, 24, have been charged with first-degree murder. Both men have pled not guilty.
In her testimony, Persaud told the court she’d known White for eight years, and, that, for the three years leading up to her death, she’d visit White’s home every other day or so.
The night of April 12, 2014, started off as usual.
“(We did the) same thing we did every night: sip on a drink, smoke cigarettes, listen to music,” Persaud said. They also discussed plans for White’s birthday the next week, she added, and had opened the garage door to clear out the cigarette smoke.
Persaud began sobbing when Crown attorney Rob Fried asked her what happened next.
According to Persaud, she and White were standing on the edge between the garage floor and driveway, chatting, when they noticed a white SUV with tinted windows drive by. It passed by again four of five minutes later, Persaud said, but this time, it slowed down…
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