TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WTXL) — Tallahassee Police have arrested a second suspect in connection to a fatal shooting that happened last week at the University Courtyard apartment complex.
According to The Tallahassee Police Department, officers responded to the University Courtyard apartments at 3025 South Adams Street to investigate a homicide on July 24.
TPD says the homicide resulted from a robbery attempt, which occurred during a drug transaction.
During the investigation officers were able to identify Jacob Davis, 22, as a suspect. Further investigation revealed that Davis had fled the Tallahassee area to Houston County, Alabama.
TPD investigators traveled to Houston County and coordinated with the Houston County Sheriff’s Office to bring Davis in for questioning. At the conclusion of the interview, Davis was arrested in Alabama.
Investigators also identified a second suspect but were unable to immediately file charges on him.
He was taken into custody in Coffee County, Alabama, by the Enterprise Police Department on local warrants the same day Davis was arrested in Houston County.
Through continued efforts, TPD investigators were able to charge Zatoriyan Gould, 20, with felony murder and armed robbery. He is awaiting extradition to Florida from Alabama at this time.
Davis has been booked into the Leon County Jail. He is being charged with felony murder and armed robbery.
Tallahassee Police Investigators are still asking anyone who may have witnessed the incident, but did not speak with an officer on scene, or anyone with information about the shooting to please call 850-891-4200.
They may also remain anonymous by calling Crime Stoppers at 850-574-TIPS.
The Tallahassee Police Department is investigating a homicide, which occurred around 6:15 p.m. on Friday inside the University Courtyard apartment complex,
Officers responding to the area discovered a male suffering from an apparent gunshot wound. He was pronounced dead on the scene.
If you witnessed the incident but did not speak with an officer on the scene, or if you have info about the shooting, call 850-891-4200 or remain anonymous by calling Crime Stoppers at 850-574-TIPS.
TPD says at this time this incident cannot be connected to the earlier report of shots fired reported by Florida A&M University Police.
This is a developing story.