A suspect in a lethal double-shooting in Denver is in custody, in accordance with police.
Jakeob Voorhis, 22, was arrested Wednesday on a felony menacing warrant, police mentioned in a information launch. On Thursday, investigators linked Voorhis to a July 24 double-homicide at 4955 E. Donald Ave. and he’s now underneath investigation for 2 counts of first-degree homicide.
Voorhis, utilizing a gun, allegedly kicked a person out of his personal second-story condominium, in accordance with an arrest warrant affidavit within the case. 4 days later, two pals of the sufferer confronted Voorhis in regards to the incident and he allegedly shot them.
The victims had been recognized, within the affidavit, as 34-year-old Elwood Johnson and 38-year-old Taryn Meyer. Each victims had been taken to an area hospital the place they had been pronounced useless.
Witnesses interviewed by investigators mentioned that the condominium was utilized by a number of individuals together with transients. Voorhis had been staying on the condominium for about two weeks when the incidents unfolded, the affidavit mentioned.