Second Suspect in Twin Falls Murder Turns Himself In
TWIN FALLS, Id. ( KMVT / KSVT ) The second suspect who was wanted in connection to a shooting, in which a person was killed over the weekend, has turned himself into authorities.
The shooting happened Saturday night along Hankins Road North in Twin Falls. Shortly after, Jacob Lyn Marshall was captured following a vehicle pursuit in Jerome County. A car that may have been used in connection with the incident was found in a Jerome neighborhood.
Marshall has been charged with first degree murder.
Meanwhile authorities say Jerry Kimball, 22 of Twin Falls turned himself into police Sunday night. He is the second suspect police were looking for.
The shooting happened around 10:00 P.M. Saturday when officers were called to a neighborhood along Hankins Road North and Addison Ave. in Twin Falls. When officers arrived they found two men with gunshot wounds. Both were transported to St. Luke’s Magic Valley where 53 year old Kent Storrer of Twin Falls was pronounced dead. The other man, 32 year old Jasper Qualls of Twin Falls was treated and released.
When they arrived they pulled a gun and shot the two men who were home. They then took the vehicle and sped off.