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UPDATE: Person wanted for murder in Gloucester County turns himself in, deputies still looking for second person

They're looking for 22-year-old Destin Moore. On Sunday afternoon, 16-year-old Amier Antonio Winn turned himself in to police. Both suspects are from Hampton.

GLOUCESTER COUNTY, Va. — The Gloucester County Sheriff's Office has identified two suspects wanted for murder in a shooting that left one man dead early Friday morning.

Deputies responded sometime after 1 a.m. to the 7700 block of Colonial Point Lane to reports of gunshots at Colonial Point Apartments. This is off of George Washington Memorial Hwy.

Deputies found a man shot in the middle of the parking lot.

He was pronounced dead at the scene.

The man killed is identified as Hezekiah Fauntleroy Jr., a 20-year-old resident of White Stone, Virginia.

According to information provided by the sheriff's office on Sunday, they're looking for 22-year-old Destin Moore. He's from Hampton. 

On Sunday afternoon, Amier Antonio Winn, 16, turned himself in to police. He's also from Hampton, and is being held in a juvenile detention center.

Moore is wanted for 1st-degree murder (as a principal in the second degree), use of a firearm in the commission of a felony (as a principal in the second degree), attempted robbery and conspiracy to commit robbery.

Wynn faces charges of 1st-degree murder during the commission of a robbery, Use of a firearm in the commission of a felony, attempted robbery and conspiracy to commit robbery.

A spokesperson said they should be considered "a public safety threat."

Credit: Gloucester Co. Sheriff's Office
Murder suspects Destin Moore (left) and Amier Antonio Wynn (right)

He went on to say: "Typically, law enforcement will not publicly disclose a juvenile offender’s identity.  However, due to the seriousness of the charges and possibility of additional violent acts, the Sheriff’s Office, in consultation with the Commonwealth Attorney’s Office, has chosen to disclose the juvenile’s identity as permitted by the Code of Virginia (16.1-301)."

The Criminal Investigations Division is working the case. The spokesperson said they had no other information about the case that they could release.

The Gloucester County Sheriff’s Office is asking anyone with information that might help in the investigation to contact the Sheriff’s Office at 804-693-3890. 

Tipsters can also call Peninsula Crime Stoppers at 1-888-LOCK-U-UP.

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