KENNETT, Mo. (KFVS) - Police are searching for a man wanted in connection with murder investigation.
On Monday morning, July 29, Dunklin County Prosecuting Attorney Jain announced he filed second-degree murder and armed criminal action charges against Andrea “Drako” L. Davis, 22, of Kennett.
Around midnight on Tuesday, July 30 police said Quae’sion “Que” Hollywood, 22, turned himself in to the police station at 7:02 p.m. on Monday, July 30.
Hollywood, 22, was also charged on Monday with felony second-degree murder.
Warrants were issued for the arrest of both Davis and Hollywood with no bond set.
Authorities warned the public to not approach either man and they should be considered armed and dangerous.
According to Dunklin County Prosecuting Attorney Nicholas Jain, police found a man with what appeared to multiple gunshot wounds at the Beaton Street Apartment complex Sunday, July 28.
The victim identified as Javan Jackson was transported to an area hospital and later pronounced dead.
Multiple witness reportedly identified the suspected shooter.
According to court documents, there was a previous altercation between some of the witnesses and the victim. They say Jackson tried to hit them with a moving vehicle while they were walking on a sidewalk in Kennett.
Some of the witnesses met Andrea Davis and Quae’sion Hollywood along the South Jackson Street area of Kennett by a white 2004 Jaguar. Hollywood reportedly owned the Jaguar.
According to court documents, they then went to the apartment complex where Jackson lived to confront him.
Hollywood allegedly gave Davis a gun and told him if anyone tried to intervene with a gun to shoot them because Davis was a shooter and Hollywood was not.
After the shooting, detectives say all parties fled, with Hollywood and Davis leaving in the Jaguar.
According to detectives, they learned Hollywood was in the Memphis area and was supposed to go to law enforcement on Sunday night, July 28, but as of Monday afternoon, had not shown up.
The shooting investigation is being conducted by the Dunklin County Major Case Squad, the Missouri State Highway Patrol, the Kennett Police Department and the Dunklin County Sheriff’s Office.
Anyone with information is asked to call the Kennett Police Department at 573-888-4622.