Two men have been arrested for their alleged roles in a double homicide in Richmond earlier this month, a police spokeswoman said today. Robert Williams, 28, and 44-year-old suspected gang member Aaron Lee Allison, also known as “A1 Steak Sauce,” were taken into custody on suspicion of being accessories in the fatal shootings of 20-year-old Clarence Wallace and 23-year-old Dayton Dailey, Richmond police Sgt. Nicole Abetkov said.
The two victims were shot around 5:30 p.m. on Sept. 20, near the intersection of Bissell Avenue and Fourth Street, according to police. Williams surrendered police five days after the double killing and Allison turned himself in on Sunday, Abetkov said. Abetkov said neither of the suspects is believed to have pulled the trigger in the killings but that “detectives know they were involved.”
Police are still working to confirm the identities of the shooter or shooters who killed Wallace and Dailey, she said. Dailey died at the scene and Wallace went to Kaiser Permanente Richmond Medical Center, where he died from his injuries a short time later. The murders, Richmond’s 11th and 12th so far this year, happened in the same part of Bissell Avenue where suspects fired more than 40 rounds into an apartment building just two days earlier. No injuries were reported in that shooting and police were unable to locate the suspects who fired the shots.
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