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WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) — A Wilmington man, who police say is making his way back to the Port City now faces a murder charge.

Investigators say Adron Whitted was arrested in Dougsville, GA on Wednesday.

Police have been looking for the 22-year-old for a month in connection to the shooting death of Raequan Rouse.

Investigators say the 19-year-old was shot in the 600 block of N. 10th Street January 19th and died on the way to the hospital.

Whitted is the fourth person arrested in this case. Earlier this year police arrested and charged Torrence Burns, 18, Dominque Gibbs, 17, and Ziy’Kerra Lemon, 17.

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Talisha parker
2015 years 8 months ago

Im glad yall finally caught the person whom murdered my baby father raequan rouse and I hope he get life there is no reason why he should have been killed especially by someone whom as known him all his life my baby father was not a bad person he had a god heart in I’m perry sure every one you have named here or have caught for this murr ar the same people who was with him at his home eating at his resident if they needed in know he have kids smh n your self is not right they should have to miss putt on there parent or parents but I past for justice in that god see things to happen the way it should in the law as well because now my child have to grow up without a father as well as whom ever else but at least they child will be able to see there pawns face praying for better days </3

 

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