The lone remaining suspect wanted for the fatal shooting of a Turlock man was apprehended in the Bay Area on Sunday.
Kevin Barnes, 19, of Modesto was being sought by the Turlock Police Department on a charge of being an accessory to murder for the death of 37-year-old Falane Jones of Turlock outside a relative’s home in the 300 block of W. Hawkeye Avenue on April 23. Jones was shot four times and died at a local hospital from his injuries.
A few days after the shooting the Turlock Police Department arrested, Devenae Price, 24, of Ceres, for the charge of murder. Kelley Trezvant, 18, of Modesto and Deandranae Campbell, 19, of Livingston were also arrested last week for accessory to murder.
Around 9 p.m. Sunday Barnes was contacted by the San Francisco Police Department during a pedestrian contact for an unrelated reason. Barnes initially provided that agency with a false name, but during the course of their investigation, they determined Barnes was a wanted person by the Turlock Police Department.
Price, Trezvant, and Campbell were all taken into custody on April 26 in San Leandro. The three were in a car that was being stopped by an Alameda County Sheriff’s Deputy for a moving vehicle violation. Before the car came to a stop all three suspects jumped from the vehicle and took off running. A perimeter was set up in the neighborhood and all of them were eventually taken into custody without incident.
Price and Trezvant are both in custody at the Stanislaus County Jail. Campbell is being held at the Merced County Jail.