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SEATTLE, Wash. - A woman who authorities allege gave first aid to Maurice Clemmons after he fled the scene of the police shootings in Parkland has been arrested.
     
Pierce County Sheriff's spokesman Ed Troyer says Letricia Nelson was arrested Tuesday evening in Pacific, northeast of Tacoma. She is Clemmons' aunt.
     
Arrested around the same time in Des Moines was Quiana Maylea Williams, an acquaintance of Clemmons.

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Ricky Hinton, Eddie Lee Davis, Douglas Edward Davis

Both women are being held in Pierce County jail. Troyer says more people connected with Clemmons will be arraigned Wednesday afternoon.
     
Three other people appeared Tuesday in Pierce County Superior Court. Brothers Eddie Lee Davis and Douglas Edward Davis are charged with rendering criminal assistance. Clemmons' half brother Ricky Hinton, was ordered held pending charges.

Charges also may be filed against Darcus D. Allen, the man accused of being the getaway driver for Maurice Clemmons as he fled the coffee shop in Parkland on Sunday. Allen served time in an Arkansas prison with Clemmons.

Police believe he knowingly drove Clemmons to the coffee shop to find the officers, then drove him away knowing what Clemmons did.
     
Clemmons was accused of killing the four police officers Sunday. He was shot to death Tuesday by a Seattle police officer.

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