A man wanted in connection with two shooting deaths in Fort Worth, Texas, was arrested Tuesday night in Clovis, police said.
Darcy Wiley, 21, was arrested about 10 p.m. Tuesday walking in the 900 block of Edwards Street.
The Fort Worth Star-Telegram reported Wiley and a friend, Christopher Gatewood, had planned to rob Marcus Sardin of money and marijuana on July 28 in Fort Worth.
Sardin and Gatewood were shot multiple times during the robbery. Both died at the scene, and investigators were still trying to sort out who shot whom, the Star-Telegram reported.
“Based on evidence at the scene, we believe that more than one gun was fired during the offense,” homicide Sgt. J.D. Thornton told the Star-Telegram. “The ballistic tests have not been finalized; so, at this point, we’re still trying to determine who fired a gun and whether the deceased suspect was struck by gunfire from the victim or Wiley.”
Wiley was charged as a fugitive from justice and was being held at the Curry County Adult Detention Center without bond.