4th arrested in connection with fatal drive-by shooting
Updated On: Jan 30 2014 12:37:38 PM CST
A fourth arrest has been made in connection with a drive-by shooting that took place two weeks ago in Monroe County.
Police say Kaylynn Bunnell, 20, of Stroudsburg, is now in custody.
She and three others have been charged with criminal homicide and a warrant is out for a fifth suspect.
Police say she was driving the car as the group fired shots into a mobile home in the 5000 block of Old Timber Road in Hamilton Township around 12:30 a.m. on Jan. 14.
According to court papers, the shooting was apparently in retaliation over a robbery during a drug deal.
A man inside the home -- 39-year-old Darcey Kravchenko -- was hit and killed by one of several bullets shot at the home.
Bunnell was charged with criminal homicide, criminal conspiracy to commit criminal homicide, tampering with or fabricating physical evidence and related charges.
The other three already in custody are Jacqueline Rose Harrigan, 20, of East Stroudsburg, Bruce Murray Jr., 22, of Tobyhanna, and 16-year-old Dygunn Mitchell.
Police are still looking for 19-year-old Brandon June Wilson.
His last known address is on Lackawanna Avenue in East Stroudsburg. He is a known gang member and may have fled to New York, according to police.
Anyone with information about Wilson's whereabouts is asked to call state police at 570-839-7701. Crime Stoppers is offering a cash reward for information that leads to an arrest.
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