Mexico Teens Sentenced for 2019 Fatal Shooting

17 year old Demetric Dorsey and 17 year old Trebion Dorsey now know their sentence for their roles in the 2019 shooting in Mexico that killed 27 year old Tajuan Williams after being sentenced in the Audrain County Courthouse today (Wednesday).

Judge Russell Steele sentenced Demetric Dorsey, to a term of 10 years in the Department of Corrections on one count of Involuntary Manslaughter in the First Degree, and 15 years in the Department of Corrections on one count of Armed Criminal Action.

Those sentences will run concurrent with each other.

According to court records Demetric Dorsey shot TaJuan Williams as Williams ran away during an altercation at a children’s birthday party on February 1, 2019 on Muldrow Street in Mexico.

Trebion Dorsey, was sentenced to a term of 4 years in the Department of Corrections, subject to a 120-day commitment in the Department of Corrections under the Shock Incarceration Program.

Should Dorsey complete the program, he may be released to probation and remain under the Court’s supervision for five years with P&P Supervision and numerous conditions of probation.

Trebion Dorsey did not fire the shot that killed TaJuan Williams according to court documents.