Daniel Stith, a Financial Advisor
Daniel Stith is an experienced financial advisor working for Fsc Securities Corporation in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. He holds a Series 63 license and can advise clients in Minnesota, Nevada and Oklahoma.
Witnesses reported Lewis had come to Concordia Park to pick up his children from football practice when gunshots echoed through the park and they saw him collapse to the ground.
Early Life and Education
Daniel Stith spent his early life in North Carolina. After attending high school there, he studied physics both undergrad and graduate studies at Virginia State University where he received both B.S. and M.S. degrees.
After the shooting incident occurred, he turned himself in to police and is being held on no-bail hold at Santa Rita Jail. Prosecuters in his case are using eyewitness accounts and statements from him as evidence for probable cause.
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At Virginia, academics took precedence over basketball for Stith. His hard work paid off when the Denver Nuggets selected him in the 1992 NBA draft.
Stith earned three All-ACC awards during his 10-year career and amassed over 2,600 points, becoming widely known for being an exceptional defender.
Prosecutors ultimately filed charges of murder against Stith. His bail was set at $3 Million, and it is expected that he will spend his remaining years behind bars.
Police reported that Stith confessed to killing Lewis at Concordia Park. Lewis was an influential youth mentor, hosting football practice with scores of children at Concordia Park before being shot and fatally wounded by Stith. Lewis had also served as coach and mentor for Oakland Dynamites youth football team.
Achievement and Honors
Stith, Upshaw & Falconer was disbanded as part of the yellow fever outbreak; until that point he served as senior member and senior partner in their law firm. Additionally, he served as Baptist Church leader as well as being an active and successful farmer.
In 1829 he married Margaret in Natchez, Mississippi and they had one child together named William. Bill was known to frequent river boats traveling up and down the Mississippi from Donaldsonville, Louisiana as a gambler. One day when he had made an impressive victory in a poker game he made a large sweep and was fatally attacked by disgruntled opponents enraged over this feat.
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Stith is well-recognized for both his teaching at the United States Military Academy as well as his devotion to religious matters, serving on the official board of his church and being active within his local community by chairing several boards in his city.
Stith is charged in relation to Reuben Lewis’ shooting at Concordia Park on February 24th 2021. Eyewitness accounts state that Lewis was participating in youth football practice when Stith shot and killed him.
He is being held without bail at Santa Rita Jail on a no-bail hold while the prosecution called witnesses including an Oakland police sergeant, Greenly Drive residents, youth football coaches and parents from his preliminary hearing to testify on his behalf – this process serves as a means of establishing whether there is sufficient probable cause to proceed with his felony trial.
Stith has amassed an estimated net worth of $5 Million during his professional career. This wealth was amassed through various business ventures such as his investment advisory company and basketball team.
Surviving family members include his wife Markay of the home; Bryant and Allison Stith and their children Carmen Johns (and husband Matthew), Allison Champagne as well as three great grandchildren; as well as other members of his extended family.
Stith could face up to 10 years in prison for striking Alameda County Sheriff’s deputy Troy Olson outside the Santa Rita Jail during a guarding duty outside. Olson sustained injuries to his neck and jawline which required hospital treatment; Stith has yet to appear in court in connection with this matter.