MILWAUKE — A wanted murder suspect was taken into custody Tuesday, Feb. 13 after more than a year on the run.
US Marshals and Milwaukee police arrested Jaylind Newell near 38th and Custer. Neighbors said he was living with his girlfriend the last few months and not exactly laying low.
Officials say he shot Marquise Goston, 20, multiple times in Oct. 2016 near 27th and Roosevelt.
“Jaylind Newell shot an individual three times in the chest with a .40 caliber,” US Marshals said.
“You don’t have answers. You want to know what happened — why it happened,” Curby Madisett, Goston’s sister said. “It’s been hard, very frustrating, but with the grace of God, we finally found the killer. Happy that he’s caught and we’re going to get some justice,