The Spotsylvania County Sheriff's Office has brought in the U.S. Marshals Service Fugitive Task Force in a nationwide search for Chauncey Cartier Lampkin (a.k.a. Fresh), Capt. Jeff Pearce, sheriff's office spokesperson, said.
Lampkin is wanted in connection with the drive-by shooting death of Marcellus Greene early Saturday morning at Q-Ball Cafe. Two other suspects in the shooting have been arrested.
David Davion Burroughs, 25, of Stafford, turned himself into City of Fredericksburg Police on Tuesday, and was then turned over to Spotsylvania authorities. "He made bond today," Pearce said. "He is not the primary suspect," he said.
Burroughs is charged with six felonies: transporting a firearm as a felon, use of a firearm in the commission of a felony, discharging a firearm at an occupied dwelling, conspiracy to shoot at an occupied dwelling, discharging a firearm from a vehicle and conspiracy to discharge a firearm from a vehicle.
, was taken into custody on Saturday. He is charged with use of a firearm during commission of a felony and felony firing from an occupied vehicle. He is being held in the Rappahannock Regional Jail with no bond.
Lampkin Still on the Loose
Chauncey Cartier Lampkin of Spotsylvania is wanted on five felony warrants: Homicide, maliciously shooting with intent, maliciously shooting as a member of a mob, discharging a firearm from a vehicle and discharging a firearm at an occupied dwelling.
Lampkin was found guilty of two misdemeanors in Florida in 2009, according to law enforcement. He also has an April 18 court date in Stafford County on misdemeanor charges of DWI and possession of marijuana.
Lampkin is described as a 27-year-old black male, about 5 feet 11 inches tall and 190 pounds, with shoulder and full arm tattoos. He is considered dangerous.
Friends Honor Marcellus Greene
Marcellus “Bull” Greene, Sr., a Culpeper County High School graduate, played defensive end and offensive tackle for the semi-professional Prince William Monarchs.
Greene's former coach Ray Scott has organized a memorial event from 7 - 9 p.m. Thursday, April 4, at K2 Restaurant & Lounge, 14633 Jefferson Davis Hwy. in Woodbridge, according to the Star Exponent. "Greene used to work there and a portion of the night’s sales will be donated to help the family," Scott told the Star Exponent.
An account has been established for Marcellus “Bull” Greene’s son Marcellus Greene, Jr. To donate visit StellarOne at 717 James Madison Highway in Culpeper or call 540-825-4897 and ask for Nina Mason.
A fundraiser for the family will take place at 9:30 p.m. Friday, April 5, at The Hazel River Pub 195 East Davis St., Culpeper. Admission is $10.
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