Murder and Robbery after NBA Draft Party

Two people are facing charges for their alleged roles in a robbery and murder after an NBA draft party last month.

Police say 29-year-old Garry Stewart shot and killed David McKay on June 23rd at 67th and Stevenson in Milwaukee.

Lolita Whitehead reportedly drove Stewart to confront the victim. She is charged with aiding a felon.

According to the criminal complaint, the victim and Stewart struggled before the shooting. 

Police say they left fingerprints on a parked car. 

Stewart then reportedly returned to the getaway car with about $2,500 in cash, and told Whitehead quote "I hope he ain't dead."

Stewart is now charged with armed robbery and reckless homicide.

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