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Affidavit: Bloody guns, drugs found in vehicle where suspect shot murder victim

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Posted at 1:40 PM, Jul 25, 2018
and last updated 2018-07-25 14:40:22-04

The suspects involved in Temple homicide had bloody weapons on their person, according to an arrest affidavit. 

Temple police had tried to initiate a traffic stop after a car was seen speeding in the area of West Adams in Temple on July 11.

When the vehicle stopped, the passenger exited the vehicle and told them he had been shot. The passenger was identified as Raymond McKinnon. The vehicle sped off. McKinnon was taken to the hospital. 

When officers found the vehicle later, the suspects fled from officers and struck a curb. Both the driver and passenger exited the vehicle and ran from officers. 

One suspect, identified as Duvalle Sommerville, was carrying a bag that he dropped into a yard while running away from officials. The bag had two handguns, both of them bloody. 

The other suspect, identified as Frankie Boyd III, surrendered to police after running into a wooded area. 

A search of the suspect vehicle found marijuana, white powder and a baggie with crystal-like substance, as well as a bag of pills. 

The affidavit said that after searching the vehicle, officials say that an exchange of gunfire had happened as there were bullet strikes in two areas of the car. 

On July 12, McKinnon was seen leaving the hospital, with an IV bag still attached. 

On July 16, one of the suspects told officials that McKinnon had asked him to drive him to get money sent by his family. Boyd said that Sommerville accompanied them. 

Boyd drove to an apartment in Killeen, where another man got into the car. Boyd told officials that McKinnon pointed a gun at the man and told him to leave his stuff and get out of the car. Boyd heard gunshots and found McKinnon with wounds and the other man apparently dead. 

A few days later, a 21-year-old Hasson Lindsey Jr. was found dead on July 17 along a roadway in rural west Bell County. 

Lindsey’s death was ruled a homicide. He was a Killeen resident who was recently reported missing, according to Temple police.

McKinnon was arrested in Lawton, Oklahoma at 9:30 p.m. Wednesday, July 18. KXXV's sister station KSWO reported that McKinnen and Lindsey were allegedly involved in a drug deal when McKinnon shot and killed Lindsey.

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