*Update* Wanted Man Turns Self in for Lakewood Convenience Store Robbery

Suspect wanted in connection for robbery and murder at the McCord Mart turned himself in.

Lakewood, WA: On November 12th, Lakewood Police were able to obtain arrest Warrants for 20-year-old Bonifacio Alvarez Reynolds and 24 -year-old Marcus L. WIlliams in connection of the robbery and murder of In Cha Choe at the McCord Mart. Convenience Store Robbery Turns Deadly in Lakewood

Bonifacio Alvarez Renold

Marcus L. Williams

Due to the overwhelming media coverage on this story, Lakewood Police investigators were able to piece together what happened that night and received multiple tips identifying the suspect and getaway driver as well as DNA evidence left at the crime scene by Williams.

Police state in a press release that on October 14th Reynolds drove Williams to the McCord Mart to commit a robbery.

During the robbery, Williams Stabbed Choe multiple times as she tried to fight Williams to not take the money. Police state Choe armed herself with a baton and chased after Williams who pushed her away at the front door and fled to the waiting vehicle driven by Reynolds.

Shortly after the arrest warrants were issued, Reynolds turned himself in to Police.

Police have now confirmed that Williams turned himself in today. He was taken into custody by the South Sound Gang Task Force in Tacoma to face justice for this terrible crime that shook up the Lakewood Community.

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