GULFPORT, Miss. (WILX) — The man suspected of killing one man and shooting two others on March 1 in south Lansing was arrested in Mississippi on Friday.
Kyvon Deandre Wells, a 20-year-old from Lansing, was wanted for open murder and three other felonies.
He was arrested in Gulfport, Mississippi by U.S. Marshals and the Gulfport Police, according to a press release.
Man wanted in Michigan captured on Gulf Coast
The Lansing Police Department responded on March 1 to a call of shots fired on Doc Strongs in Lansing near the border with Holt and found the three men with gunshot injuries.
Two of the victims, a 22-year-old Lansing man and a 66-year-old Haslett man had non-life-threatening injuries. The third man, Delayno Raymont Hudson, a 24-year-old Lansing man, died in the hospital on March 3.
GULFPORT, MS (WLOX) – Authorities have arrested a Michigan man wanted on multiple charges, including homicide, on the Gulf Coast.
A joint operation between the U.S. Marshals Service and Gulfport Police Department resulted in the arrest of Kyvon Deandre Wells, according to Inspector Jeremy Stilwell with the Gulf Coast Regional Fugitive Task Force.
Wells is wanted for the murder of Delayno Hudson and for the shooting of two others in a March 1 incident, Lansing police officers told WILX.
Wells was found in Gulfport around 11 a.m. Friday in the area of Pass Road and U.S. Highway 49. He was taken into custody without incident, Stilwell said. He is in custody at the Harrison County jail pending extradition back to Michigan.