Thursday, December 8, 2022

2nd capital murder suspect arrested in LV shooting

UPDATE ON 4-13-15: Over the weekend, Lewisville detectives received information that Demico Stanley, 22, had fled to Louisiana.  The Lewisville Police Department contacted the New Orleans Police Department who located Stanley and arrested him without incident.  Stanley is currently awaiting extradition in the Orleans Parish County Jail as one of two suspects in the shooting death of Richard Miles, 27, at a Lewisville complex. 

Detectives, who have been working with Texas Rangers. Law enforcement recovered the car in Teague that suspects fled in from the scene of the homicide. Evidence was recovered from processing the car, according to a news release.

Capt. Dan Rochelle said the capital murder warrants were issued based on the fact that the fatal shooting occurred during the commission of a robbery. The incident was believed to have been over a drug deal, he said.

Adrian Quigley, a 23-year-old from The Colony, was arrested Wednesday on a capital murder warrant after he turned himself in to police. According to Capt. Dan Rochelle, Quigley is a documented member of the Crips gang. Quigley suffered a gunshot wound to his left shoulder and was taken to a local hospital where he was determined to be medically stable and booked into the Denton County Jail.

Adrian Quigley remains in custody in Denton County Jail on a capital murder charge in connection with the Lewisville shooting death.

Lewisville police received a call around 7:21 p.m. last Tuesday about a person shot at 248 E. Southwest Parkway at Building 14, according to a press release. Arriving officers located a deceased male inside an apartment. The victim’s 2-year-old son was found unharmed inside the apartment. The child was taken into custody by Child Protective Services and later released to family members.

Lt. Scott Haynes, who was investigating the incident, learned along with other detectives that Myles and two suspects went inside his apartment and, within a few minutes, gunshots were exchanged. During the incident, Myles was killed and Quigley was wounded, police said. The two suspects were seen fleeing the apartment with some of Myles’ personal belonging, according to the press release. The caliber of the firearm or firearms used in the incident were not released pending the ongoing investigation.

The Tarrant County Medical Examiner’s Office responded to the scene and conducted an autopsy on the deceased.

According to Facebook posts, police conducted searches throughout Tuesday evening, alerting businesses and residents to be on the lookout for two suspects in connection with the shooting.

CTG Staff
CTG Staff
The Cross Timbers Gazette News Department

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