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May 19, 2017

Rubidoux man sentenced to state prison for 2013 Shooting Death of Aspiring Hip-Hop Musician Outside Redlands Nightclub


Anthony Tolbert (Booking Photo)

SAN BERNARDINO, Calif.– A Rubidoux man was sentenced to state prison today for his role in the shooting death of 22-year old Kevin Decatur of Moreno Valley.

The shooting occurred outside the now-closed Cancun Bar and Grill nightclub in Redlands on Jan. 20, 2013, following a verbal altercation. Decatur had performed at the club earlier that evening.

A San Bernardino Superior Court Judge sentenced 27-year-old Anthony Tolbert, of Rubidoux, to 120 years to life in state prison.

In Dec. 2015, a jury found Tolbert, 24-year old Jamal Duncan, of Rubidoux, and 27-year-old Michael Singh, of Corona, guilty of Murder and Street Terrorism and found true multiple allegations related to street terrorism and use of a firearm.

Terryl Morris, 36, of Riverside, was found guilty of Accessory After the Fact.

On March 20, Singh was sentenced to 135 years in state prison and Morris was sentenced to 10 years and 8 months in state prison.

Two days later, on March 22, Duncan was sentenced to 80 years to life in state prison.

This case was prosecuted by Supervising Deputy DA Cary Epstein and the Central Division Support staff and investigated by the Redlands Police Department.

Jamaal Duncan (Booking Photo)

Michael Singh (Booking Photo)

Terryl Morris (Booking Photo)

Contact: Christopher Lee, Public Affairs Officer (909) 382-3665 or via email at or via text at (909) 782-5559




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