STAFFORD COUNTY, Va. -- Authorties said two suspects wanted for a fatal shooting at a gas station in Stafford County last weekend were apprehended in Pennsylvania.
Amanda Vicinanzo with the Stafford County Sheriff’s Office said 18-year-old Jules Morgan of Henrico and 19-year-old Jonathan Wrenn of Fredericksburg were captured near Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, by the U.S. Marshals Service and Swatara Township Police on Wednesday.
The pair were wanted for killing a man while he was pumping gas at the Exxon Station/Mr. B’s Market on Warrenton Road in Stafford County on Sunday, Nov. 18.
Police said the suspects were caught on surveillance video speeding off in a black four-door Nissan sedan.
Four days later, U.S. Marshals arrested the men more than 165 miles away from the scene of the crime.
At the home where they were arrested, police seized two pounds of marijuana, chocolate rice crispy treats, marijuana gummies, more than $3,000 in cash, three handguns and a .22 caliber rifle, according to WPMT.
Morgan faces charges of second-degree murder and use of a firearm in commission of a felony.
Wrenn faces charges for accessory after the fact (murder).
Deputies said tips from the public "directly contributed" to the arrest of the suspects.
“It is my sincere hope that the victim’s family will find some measure of comfort knowing the suspect will face justice,” U.S. Marshal Martin Pane told WPMT.
Officials said the crime remains under investigation.
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