The Spokesman Review
Police say man
shot at bouncer's home
Spokane man upset that a club bouncer approached his girlfriend
sprayed the man’s home with bullets in a recent drive-by
shooting, police say.
Derek L. Wilson, 24, appeared in Superior Court on Monday via
video from the Spokane County Jail, where he is charged with
seven counts of first-degree assault and seven counts of
drive-by shooting for Feb. 3 gunfire at a home at 2812 E.
No one was injured in the shooting, which resident John Seyler,
a bouncer at Raw, 723 W. First Ave., told police occurred hours
after he’d approached a woman he’d frequently kicked out of bars
for being underage.
The woman, later identified as Kassandra Darby, recently turned
21 and was allowed to stay at the bar, but her boyfriend, later
identified as Wilson, was angry with Seyler for approaching her,
according to a probable cause affidavit.
Seyler said he saw the two in a black Audi at a convenience
store at Market Street and Wellesley Avenue later that morning
and noticed them watching him. They followed him to the
residence on Hoffman, police say; shots were fired about five
minutes later. Wilson is considered a gang associate by police.