Marvin Oraiha Wiki – Marvin Oraiha Biography
Marvin Oraiha, 24, was shot multiple times while sitting in the driveway of his parents’ house on Hertfordshire St in Elizabeth Hills, south-west Sydney, around 4pm. m. of May 22.
On Wednesday, detectives from the strike force and officers from the Raptor Squad arrested a 22-year-old man at a house in Roselands and charged him with the murder of Mr. Oraiha. He was also charged with two counts of carrying and driving without the consent of the owner, possessing an unauthorized handgun, and participating in a criminal group, contributing to criminal activity. The 22-year-old has been denied bail and will appear in Bankstown Local Court on Thursday. Before his death, Mr. Oraiha is believed to have told his girlfriend to flee the car once he saw the gunmen with witnesses who reportedly heard bloodcurdling screams and saw a woman running out of the car before that Mr. Oraiha was fatally shot.
Marvin Oraiha was 24 years old.
Police charge 22-year-old with murder over ‘execution-style’ gangland shooting
Rescuers desperately tried to revive Mr. Oraiha, who had a gunshot wound to the head but died on the spot. Two burned-out cars were found nearby, including a white Audi A1, the vehicle believed to have been used to confront Oraiha. Oraiha was a hairdresser studying to become a project designer and had just said goodbye to his mother and his sister on their way home from school when he was fatally shot. Police searched seven properties in Roselands, Edensor Park, Green Valley, Yagoona, Liverpool, Merrylands and Guildford as part of their investigation. Police say they have located ammunition, an expandable baton, gel guns, a taser, cloned registration plates, substances believed to be prohibited drugs, clothing, more than $3,000 in cash and cellphones relevant to their investigation. All items will undergo a forensic examination. Police at the time of the shooting described the incident as “brazen”. “I think it’s as bad as it gets, it’s a horrible crime,” said Acting Detective Superintendent Virginia Gorman.