SEATTLE (WR) — Prosecutors filed first-degree homicide fees Wednesday for a suspect accused of killing a person in a deadly June 20 capturing at Seattle’s occupied protest space.

KOMO stories Marcel Levon Lengthy faces homicide fees with a firearm enhancement for the loss of life of 19-year-old Lorenzo Anderson.

Prosecutors permitted a warrant for $2 million for Lengthy, who investigators imagine instantly fled Washington state following the lethal capturing at what was often known as “Capitol Hill Occupied Protest” space. Authorities stated Lengthy was caught on video chasing Anderson with a gun because the Anderson fled.

Detectives are additionally investigating a second deadly CHOP capturing June 29, which killed a 16-year-old boy and injured a 14-year-old boy.

Police cleared the several-block protest space east of downtown on July 1 after demonstrators occupied the world for a number of weeks following the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis.