Police arrest another possible suspect involved in fatal Kennewick shooting
KENNEWICK, Wash. -- Kennewick Police have arrested a man they believe may have been involved in a burglary, turned deadly shooting in Kennewick last week.
Police arrested Dwight Norwood on Wednesday. He is being held on a 72 hour hold for 1st degree burglary.
Last week's shooting happened at a home on North Buntin Street. Police say 20 year old Tyler Stock and 20 year old Armando Rodriguez-Willis broke into the home to steal drugs. Stock was shot and killed by the man who lives there. Rodriguez-Willis was arrested.
The Benton County Prosecutor is considering charges on a third man, Jorge Hernandez. Police believe Norwood and Hernandez were in the car with Stock just before the shooting. Hernandez was arrested a few days later, on unrelated charges. He has been booked in the Benton County Jail.