Police: Adrian Payne killed while interfering in a house dispute; Alleged shooter pleads not guilty

Court documents state that Adrian Payne was killed while trying to help a woman who was involved in an abusive relationship with the alleged shooter.

He was a former Michigan State player and NBA player He was pronounced dead at Orlando Hospital After being shot early Monday morning. He was 31 years old. The alleged shooter, Lawrence Doriti, remained at the scene of the shooting and cooperated with the police. Doriti pleaded not guilty to first-degree murder with a firearm on Tuesday.

Alleged details emerge from where Payne was shot

According to court documents Got it by the Detroit Free PressPayne went to Doriti’s house early Monday morning with his girlfriend at Dorty’s girlfriend’s request. Payne’s girlfriend told authorities that she had “responded previously to be a mediator to prevent any physical violence” between Dory and his girlfriend.

EAST LANSING, MI - FEBRUARY 13: Adreian Payne #5 of the Michigan State Spartans looks to the bench during the second half of a game against the Northwestern Wildcats at Breslin Center on February 13, 2014 in East Lansing, Michigan.  The Spartans defeated the Wildcats 85-70.  (Photo by Leon Halep/Getty Images)

Adrian Payne, seen here with Michigan State in 2014 (Leon Halip/Getty Images)

Meanwhile, Doriti told police that his father drove him to his Orlando home when he saw an unfamiliar car parked at a nearby intersection. According to the documents, Doriti told the Orange County Sheriff’s Office deputies that he approached the car to find Payne and his girlfriend inside.

Conflicting accounts from the alleged shooter, watch

Dorty’s father saw from his car and told police that Pine and his son started “talking closely” while Pine stayed in his car and that his son “looked frightened on the basis of the difference in size and [his son’s] stance.” Payne was 6-foot-10 and 244 pounds while my league was 5-8 and 150 pounds.

My patrol told police that Payne told him “I’m going to smoke for you, dude” and that he noticed “the shape of the gun” while “making movements with his right hand on the right side of his waistband.” to retrieve his gun from inside his house and shoot Payne.

An eyewitness told police that Payne “wasn’t threatening my patrol in any way.” Payne’s girlfriend told the police that Payne was not a threat. A camera and microphone at the scene recorded a woman pleading with my patrol “Don’t pull your gun” and “We were asked to come here,” according to the affidavit.

Claimed my self-defense patrol

Dourie then allegedly fired a single shot at Payne before withdrawing to his home. Doriti’s father told police he approached Payne in an attempt to provide medical assistance to find him in the driver’s seat of the car. According to court documents, my patrol called 911 and told police that he shot Payne in self-defense.

“This guy tried to come to my house, wound the area around me, and tried to shoot me,” my patrol told the 911 dispatcher, according to the documents.

Florida has a stand-alone law that states:

“A person who is not engaged in unlawful activity and has been attacked elsewhere where he has the right not to retreat and the right to stand his ground and face force, including lethal force, if he reasonably believes it is necessary to do so to prevent death or Serious bodily harm to himself or others or to prevent the commission of a coercive felony.

Police did not find a gun on Payne’s person or in his car, and determined that Payne “does not pose an immediate threat” to my patrol, according to the documents. Dourie was charged with premeditated murder after she was interrogated at a police station.

Payne starred in four seasons at Michigan State, being twice named to the All-Big Ten second team and helping the Spartans earn an Elite Eight. He was the 15th pick in the 2014 NBA Draft by the Atlanta Hawks and played three seasons in the league that included stints with the Minnesota Timberwolves and the Orlando Magic. It was Fondly remembered by his former coaches and his colleagues, including Tom Izu and Draymond Green, upon the news of his death on Monday.