Over a span of nine months, Metropolitan police arrested four people in connection to a homicide that happened on Oct. 13, 2015. The last arrest was made on July 18, according to D.C. police.
Last October, police responded to a call of an unconscious person in the 300 block of Parkland Place around 1 p.m.. There they found Cortez Lamont Clark, 32, of Temple Hills, Md., unconscious and suffering from multiple stab wounds. Clark was later pronounced dead.
On Nov. 2, 2015, an adult male from Southeast D.C., whose identity has not been released, was arrested and charged with the second-degree murder of Clark while armed, according to police.
On May 18, two additional arrests were made in connection with the homicide of Clark. Tavon Felton, 19, Northeast D.C. and Wade Rashod Wilson, 20, Southeast D.C., were arrested and charged with first-degree felony murder while armed, police said.
The most recent arrest occurred on July 18 when authorities arrested Ameesha Gray, 22, Southeast D.C., for suspected involvement in the murder of Clark. Gray was arrested and charged with first-degree felony murder while armed, police reported.
According to D.C. Courts, Gray is scheduled to appear in court on Sep. 22 for a preliminary hearing. Police said the investigation is ongoing.
Police spokesperson Aquita Brown told the AFRO by email July 20 that the case was closed with the arrest of four suspects.