Two people charged in 2019 double homicide; one already a suspect in another homicide

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LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ)- Two people already in jail in Lexington on unrelated charges are now facing new, separate charges in connection to a double homicide in 2019.

The Lexington Police Department served warrants today on John boulder and De’Shaun Armor, both 20-years-old, for the October 19th shooting deaths of Dwayne Slaughter and Darrian Webb, both 18.

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A third person was shot, but survived.

It happened around Winchester Road and Seventh Street.

Boulder faces charges for Facilitation to Murder, Facilitation to Wanton Endangerment 1st, and Tampering with Physical Evidence and Armor is charged with Murder (2 counts), Assault 1st, Wanton Endangerment 1st, and Tampering with Physical Evidence.

According to officers, more arrests are likely in the case.

Police say Boulder is also a suspect in the 2019 homicide on Osage court.

That shooting killed 23-year-old Damontrial Daquan Fulgham in December. A second person was shot, but survived.

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