Police ID two involved in unrelated shootings from earlier this month
BY AMANDA BLAND World Staff Writer
Thursday, January 17, 2013
1/17/13 at 1:48 PM
Complaints of shooting with intent to kill were added to the alleged offenses of two inmates already in custody at the Tulsa Jail on Wednesday.
Marquise Fonville, 27, and Emmanuel Duffy, 19, both of Tulsa, are suspects in separate shootings in early January.
Fonville allegedly shot David Williams, 32, of Tulsa during an altercation in the 4000 block of North Garrison Place at about 8:30 p.m. on Jan. 6.
Fonville told detectives he shot Williams in self-defense. Medics treated Williams and transported him to a hospital, where he was admitted in serious condition, EMSA spokeswoman Kelli Bruer said.
Duffy allegedly shot a 31-year-old Tulsa man during a failed robbery attempt near East Central Junior High School, police said.
Duffy and an unnamed accomplice arranged a drug deal at the Worthington Townhouses, 11813 E. 21st Court, on Jan. 2, according to jail documents. The accomplice, who told police he drove Duffy to the scene, named Duffy as the shooter, the report states.
The victim told police two men blocked him inside his car and then shot him in the abdomen when he attempted to flee, police said previously.
The man was hospitalized in critical condition after medics transported him from the MedCenter at 2929 S. Garnett Road, where he initially sought treatment, according to EMSA and police records.
Duffy was arrested Jan. 4 on outstanding warrants in two pending felony cases. He faces several burglary charges and three counts of knowingly concealing stolen property, among others. His bond is set at $161,500.
Charges of grand larceny, first-degree burglary and conjoint robbery are pending against Fonville. He is being held in lieu of $147,000 bond.
From left to right, Emmanuel Duffy, 19, and Marquise Fonville, 27