A Jan. 8, 2020 preliminary hearing was set Tuesday (Oct. 8) for two men accused of killing a woman and wounding three others at a La Jolla house party on June 23, 2019.
Odyssey Sellers Carrillo, 18, was arrested July 17 by San Diego Police for the murder of Nina Silver, 20, who was standing outside of a party with a group at 12:30 a.m. off Cuvier Street near Pearl Street in La Jolla.
Police arrested Malik Joshua Campbell, 20, on Sept. 11, and he also is charged with murder. Both are also charged with three counts of assault with a deadly weapon in the same shooting spree in which a gunman fired shots into the crowd.
Deputy District Attorney Ted Fiorito declined to say Tuesday as to which defendant was the alleged gunman and which one was the driver. The facts of the case have not been discussed in court.
Both men appeared before San Diego Superior Court Judge Michael Smyth, who also set a status hearing for Dec. 9.
Court documents say Carrillo was convicted of robbery at gunpoint and he was barred from possessing a firearm. Carrillo is charged in this case with being a person who was barred from possessing a 9 mm semi-automatic handgun when the incident in La Jolla occurred.
He is also charged with evading officers with reckless driving on July 17 before his arrest.
Both men remain in the George Bailey Detention Facility. Carrillo is being held without bail, but Campbell’s bail figure is $5 million. Both have pleaded not guilty.