Larry O’Neil Walker II has been identified as the person of interest in the Detroit barber shop shooting that left three dead — Bryan and Joezell Williams and Kevin Perryman — and six wounded.
Larry O’Neil Walker II was charged Friday with assaulting a federal officer, the Detroit News reports. He is expected to make his initial court appearance in federal court on Friday.
A four-page criminal complaint outlines a manhunt in the hours after the shooting at Al’s Barber Shop Wednesday evening, an incident that Detroit Police Chief James Craig has called an act of “urban terrorism.”
A task force that included the FBI was targeting Walker and set up surveillance along the 800 block of Lynhaven in Rochester Hills. At 9:45 p.m. Wednesday, investigators spotted two white cars leave a home along Lynhaven and head toward the intersection of Rochester and Avon roads. The cars stopped at several gas stations and restaurants. According to a criminal complaint, the cars were occupied by female associates of Walker talking on their cell phones. Source: Detroit News