MINNEAPOLIS — Charges continue to mount against suspects authorities believe are connected with the kidnapping and fatal shooting of a Minneapolis realtor.
Cedric Berry, 41, and Berry Davis, 40, have each been indicted by a Hennepin County Grand Jury with first-degree, premeditated murder and kidnapping in the death of Monique Baugh, 28. The realtor and mother of two was found shot on Dec. 31, 2019, shortly after prosecutors say someone entered her boyfriend's home and shot him four times. Berry and Davis are also charged with first-degree attempted murder in Baugh's boyfriend's shooting.
Berry and Davis both already had lesser charges filed against them in the case. Four people in total have been charged related to the crimes, but search warrants indicate that authorities believe there are more people involved.
According to the criminal complaints in the case, at about 5:30 p.m. on Dec. 31, a man with a black mask used a key to enter a home on Humboldt Avenue North, and shot Baugh's boyfriend four times.
When relatives arrived at the house, Baugh's mother noted that the key belonged to Baugh.
Just an hour later, at 6:38 p.m., three shots were fired in an alley on Russell Avenue North. When police arrived, they found Baugh fatally shot, with her hands bound with tape.
Elsa Segura, 28, was later charged with making the phone calls that lured Baugh to a Maple Grove home where she was allegedly kidnapped by Davis and Berry. Cedric Berry's wife, Shante Davis, has also been charged with aiding an offender.
Cedric Berry is in custody, but according to the Hennepin County Attorney's Office, Berry Davis is not. There is a warrant out for his arrest.