2006 Richmond spree murders The perpetrators were Ricky Javon Gray (March 9, 1977 – January 18, 2017) and his nephew Ray Joseph Dandridge (born January 24, 1977). Gray was charged with capital murder in connection with the Harvey family killings, convicted, and sentenced to death for the murders of Stella and Ruby Harvey, who were aged 9 and 4, respectively. On November 5, 2005, the badly beaten body of 35-year-old Treva Terrell Gray was found in a shallow grave next to Brookside Avenue in Washington, Pennsylvania, by a passerby. According to Treva's parents, the Grays fought bitterly, and they saw claw marks on Ricky's forearm the day Treva's body was found.[1] While both Gray and Dandridge were interviewed by the Washington police, they were not considered suspects. On December 23, Gray moved out as well to stay with his maternal grandmother in Arlington, Virginia. Carey sustained extensive beating and stab wounds to the chest, neck and arms in a near-fatal assault, and spent the next two weeks in a coma. The family of four had been beaten, slashed, and bound with electrical cord and tape. Her husband Bryan Harvey (April 27, 1956 – January 1, 2006), 49, was a former member of House of Freaks, a two-man college rock band. The husband was able to dissuade the gang from tying them up by drawing attention to the wife's disability and his need to assist her. The police found items at the Chesterfield home linked to the Harvey case, and stormed the house on East Broad Rock Road where Ashley lived with her mother, 46-year-old Mary Baskerville-Tucker, and her stepfather, 55-year-old Percyell Tucker. Approximately one hour after the arrest, Dandridge confessed to killing the Tuckers and Ashley Baskerville.[7] Twelve hours after the arrest, Gray asked to speak with a detective, then proceeded to provide a detailed, three-page confession in which he described using a kitchen knife and claw hammer to kill the Harveys, stating "I don't believe sorry is strong enough. On February 9, 2006, Gray was charged with five counts of capital murder in the Harvey killings: one charge for killing more than once in a three-year period, one charge for committing more than one killing in a single act, one charge for killing in commission of a robbery, and two charges for killing a child under 14 years of age. [27] His clemency plea was denied by governor Terry McAuliffe, and his lawyers filed an emergency appeal with the Supreme Court.[28] He was executed on January 18, 2017, at Greensville Correctional Center at 9:42 PM EST.[29] Earl Bramblett, who killed the Hodges family in Vinton in August 1994, was executed there as well on April 9, 2003. The first took place on Saturday, November 4, 2006; the second was on Saturday, November 17, 2007; the third was Sunday, November 9, 2008, and the fourth was November 8, 2009. * The American alternative country group Drive-By Truckers dedicated the song "Two Daughters and a Beautiful Wife" from their 2008 album, Brighter Than Creation's Dark, to the Harvey family.