Second arrest made in fatal North Spokane shooting - Spokane, North Idaho News & Weather KHQ.com

Second arrest made in fatal North Spokane shooting

Shooting victim Adama Walton Shooting victim Adama Walton

SPOKANE, Wash. - Spokane Police arrested Titus T. Davis Friay afternoon on 1st degree Murder charges, stemming from the murder of Adama Walton near Perry and north Foothills drive on September 14, 2007.

Davis has always been a suspect in this investigation, and has been previously arrested for probation violations, but never charged.

Spokane Major Crimes detectives have also been searching for 21-year-old Rylan A. Doutre. Doutre is wanted for questioning in the murder.  Doutre has two local arrest warrants. Anyone with any information about Doutre's wherabouts is asked to call 911.

27-year-old Freddy Miller was previously arrested on charges of Second-Degree Murder in connection with the shooting.

According to officers, during a party on the 2600 block of Perry, an argument broke out in the street. Shots were fired and two cars took off from that location. Moments later, one of the cars hit two parked cars and flipped over. The suspect car then took off.

When police arrived on the scene of the accident, they found one man in the middle of the street with gunshot wounds. There was another man still in the overturned vehicle and he was pronounced dead of undetermined causes.

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