More suspects arrested in connection to Myrtle Grove deadly shooting
ESCAMBIA COUNTY, Fla. (WEAR) —
The Escambia County Sheriff's Office arrested two more people in connection with a deadly home invasion in Myrtle Grove.
The sheriff's office said 26-year-old Tatiana Monique Shanell Williams is behind bars on a $200,000 bond. She's been charged with murder and principle to home invasion.
Cleveland Jermaine Golden, 37, is in custody and charged with murder, according to deputies.
Deputies said another suspect, 22-year-old Lyntonio De'Shawn Quinn, was taken into custody and arrested earlier on Friday.
Quinn has now been charged with homicide, home invasion robbery, and probation violation.
The sheriff's office said 27-year-old David Washington was found shot to death outside a home on 48th Avenue Tuesday afternoon.
Quinn and Washington were both part of a group involved in a drug-related home invasion at the time of the shooting, deputies said.
Williams is the same woman whose toddler died in 2015 from skull fractures and brain injuries. Her boyfriend, Cornelius Nickson, was charged with murder the 14-month-old. His first trial ended with a hung jury and mistrial in October 2017.