TUCSON, Ariz. — A suspect in a murder in Tucson, Arizona, on April 22 was arrested months later in Charles City, Iowa house.
Trevontea Howard-Brown was tracked down by federal marshals at a house in Charles City, Iowa, according to The Associated Press. Howard-Brown reportedly barricaded himself in the house, but Tucson Police officials said that he was eventually taken into custody on Friday.
A warrant was out for Howard-Brown’s arrest for first-degree murder and attempted first-degree murder out of Pima County, Arizona, according to the AP. The deadly shooting occurred nine months prior near the University of Arizona campus on April 22. Harrison Weber, 24, was shot and killed. Another person was shot and seriously injured.
Howard-Brown was identified shortly after the shooting as a suspect and a warrant was issued for his arrest on April 28, according to the AP. Tucson Police said the shooting reportedly started during an argument between two groups.
Howard-Brown has been arrested and his bail has been set at $1 million, according to the AP. Howard-Brown is awaiting to be extradited back to Tucson.
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