DES MOINES, Iowa — Police continue to search for the suspect of a Tuesday night shooting that left one dead and another injured in Fort Dodge, according to a press release.
Police issued an arrest warrant on Wednesday for 17-year-old Fort Dodge resident Davonquae Jyshon "D.J." Pettigrew in connection to the investigation. He faces charges of Murder in the First Degree and Attempt to Commit Murder.
Pettigrew is 17 years old, 5'8" and weighs around 130 lbs. Police say he is armed and dangerous.
While the search for Pettigrew continues, police have arrested another person involved in the case. 16-year-old Haydin Ranee Mapel was arrested Thursday and charged with the following:
- Aiding and Abetting Murder in the First Degree
- Aiding and Abetting Attempt to Commit Murder
Mapel will have her initial appearance in court Friday morning.
The arrest comes just two days after officers responded to a sidewalk on North 10th Street and 1st Avenue North, where they found 18-year-old Patrick Walker unresponsive. Walker was declared dead on the scene.
Police claim another victim, 20-year-old Silas Hall, arrived at UnityPoint Trinity Regional Hospital with a gunshot wound shortly after. Hall is expected to recover.
Webster County Crime Stoppers is offering a $1,500 reward for information that leads to Pettigrew's arrest.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the Fort Dodge Police Department.