Three indicted in March murder at Port Mahon

DOVER — On Tuesday, three suspects were indicted on first-degree murder and robbery charges regarding the shooting death of a 24-year-old Dover man at the Port Mahon Pier on March 30.

Chelsea Braunskill

Chelsea Braunskill

Chelsea Braunskill, 19 when arrested, of Camden-Wyoming, Daiquan T. Bordley and Zhyhee Y. Harmon, both 22-year-old Dover residents, were also indicted in Kent County Superior Court on possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony and second-degree conspiracy counts.

The Delaware State Police earlier alleged that Mr. Bordley reportedly shot Deontray Hendricks in the torso during an altercation involving a planned robbery of drugs and money.

Authorities alleged Mr. Hendricks picked up Ms. Braunskill at her Delaware State University dormitory and drove her to Port Mahon to smoke marijuana.

Daiquan T. Bordley

Daiquan T. Bordley

Police claimed Ms. Braunskill was aware of the plot to commit the robbery.
In an affidavit of probable cause, police alleged that Mr. Harmon sold a Cobra .380 handgun the day after the shooting death.

In a separate indictment, Mr. Harmon was charged with possession of a firearm by person prohibited, giving a firearm to a person prohibited and unlicensed person selling or transferring a firearm or ammunition to anyone.

According to court documents, Mr. Harmon was convicted of felony drug dealing on Feb. 12, 2014, making him ineligible to possess a firearm.

Zhyhee Y. Harmon

Zhyhee Y. Harmon

Ms. Braunskill, Mr. Harmon, and Mr. Bordley were all held at the Department of Correction upon their arrests.

When announcing the alleged incident in March, police said a fourth unidentified suspect remained at large.

Deputy Attorney General Zach George signed the indictment for the state.

Reach staff writer Craig Anderson at canderson@newszap.com

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