UPDATE: Fifth suspect in Spokane murder, 'Man Bun', arrested - Spokane, North Idaho News & Weather KHQ.com

UPDATE: Fifth suspect in Spokane murder, Alonzo 'Man Bun' Favel, arrested

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SPOKANE, Wash. -

UPDATE: Friday 5:00 a.m.

Spokane Police say their search for Alonzo Favel (AKA, "Man Bun"), the fifth suspect in the murder of a man earlier this week in north central Spokane, is over. 

Favel was booked into the Spokane County Jail just after midnight on Friday. Prior to Alonzo "Man Bun" Favel's arrest, police had four other suspects in custody, including a juvenile girl. 

Favel has been charged with 1st Degree Murder. 

UPDATE: Thursday 6:15 p.m.

Spokane Police are searching for the fifth suspect in Sunday's alley murder.

Thursday evening SPD announced that a judge had signed a warrant for 19-year-old Alonzo C. Favel, who is wanted for first-degree murder. 

Wednesday afternoon, the fourth suspect, a juvenile, turned herself in to police. She and the three other suspects are in custody.

Favel, also known as Man Bun (pictured below) is a Native American man, about 5 foot seven inches, 145 pounds, with black eyes and brown hair.

Favel is considered armed and dangerous. Anyone that knows where he may be is asked to call Crime Check at 509-456-2233.

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Spokane Police say they have arrested three people in connection to the death of a man found shot in an alley near Howard and Sinto late Sunday night. 

25-year-old Isaiah Hamblin, 19-year-old Jacob Smith and 18-year-old Kaitlyn Brocher were all arrested and charged with 1st degree murder. The victim has not yet been identified. 

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Detectives followed up on lead and surveillance video from the area of the shooting and were able to connect the three suspects and take them into custody Tuesday night. Detectives say the victim was tricked into thinking he was meeting a friend of his, but the three suspects intended to instead rob him. During that meeting he was shot and later died. 

Hamblin, Smith and Brocher will all make their first appearances Wednesday afternoon. 

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