Rochester Police have made an arrest in connection with a September homicide investigation.
Police say last month, Major Crimes Investigators began working with the Columbus, Ohio Police Department and their SWAT Team regarding a Rochester homicide suspect believed to be living in Columbus. On February 5th, Major Crimes Investigators traveled to Columbus and arrested 35-year-old Douglas King at a homeless shelter.
King is accused of shooting and killing Dominique Wilson, who was found in the driveway of a home on Glenwood Avenue back on September 27th.
King is facing a charge of second degree manslaughter and criminal possession of a weapon. He was arraigned on the charges this morning.