MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Police in West Memphis, Arkansas say both suspects wanted in a concert shooting that killed two people have been arrested.
Raheem Stackhouse was taken into custody just after midnight Saturday, police reported. U.S. Marshals, the ATF and Crittenden County deputies assisted in his capture.
Stackhouse is charged with two counts of first-degree murder.
Another man, Reginald Smith, was also listed as wanted in the shooting. He was taken into custody Sunday afternoon after turning himself in.
The shooting happened in the early morning hours of April 6 at a concert for Memphis rapper Kevo Money at 2nd Chance Automotive Repair and Body Work on East Broadway. The auto shop doubled as a nightclub.
Police still haven’t released the victims’ names, but a witness identified one as Nathaniel Henderson, who went by Kingboohead Henderson, and loved ones on social media identified the second victim as JuWuan McClendon, who was known as Wuan Hunned.
West Memphis Police have offered a $2,000 reward for information in this case, another deadly shooting on Oxford Street the same night, and the death of a teenager killed Friday morning while playing video games at his grandmother’s house.
Raheem Stackhouse has been taken into custody on 2 counts of Homicide 1st Degree. WMPD, the US Marshals East Arkansas Fugitive Task Force, the ATF Multi-Agency Task Force, & the Crittenden Co. SO all collaborated to take this fugitive into custody on April 13 @ 12:30 AM. pic.twitter.com/BHCy2iGHL7
— West Memphis Police Department (@westmemphispd) April 13, 2019