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Police seek 3 'armed and dangerous' suspects in South Salt Lake killing

South Salt Lake police are looking for (from left) Terell Dayshawn Jones, 30, Mckennalyn Elizabeth Cummins, 24, and Stafon Dshawn Coleman, 21, in connection with a fatal shooting at a grocery store parking lot on May 9.

South Salt Lake police are looking for (from left) Terell Dayshawn Jones, 30, Mckennalyn Elizabeth Cummins, 24, and Stafon Dshawn Coleman, 21, in connection with a fatal shooting at a grocery store parking lot on May 9. (South Salt lake police)


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SOUTH SALT LAKE — South Salt Lake police are looking for three additional suspects — who officers say should be considered "armed and dangerous" — in connection with the shooting death of a man in a grocery store parking lot.

Romeo Charles Stevens, 27, was shot multiple times and killed on May 9 in the parking lot at WinCo, 2193 S. Main.

Surveillance video showed two men chasing Stevens through the parking lot and onto Main Street before he was shot, according to a police booking affidavit. A third man was driving a Chevrolet Impala and followed the group that was chasing Stevens. After the shooting, the two men running after the victim got into the Impala and drove away.

Damian Stafon Coleman, 27, the alleged driver, was arrested for investigation of murder and aggravated robbery.

On Monday, police announced they were looking for McKennalyn Elizabeth Cummins, 24, Terell Dayshawn Jones, 30, and 21-year-old Stafon Dshawn Coleman.

"All three should be considered armed and dangerous," South Salt Lake police said.

Cummins and Jones have a 2-year-old child, police stated. All three are known to spend time in Roy, as well as other parts of Weber, Box Elder and Davis counties, according to police. Jones was convicted in April of drug distribution in Davis County and was scheduled to be sentenced on that charge in a week, according to court records.

Anyone with information on the suspects is asked to call police at 801-412-3655.

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Pat Reavy is a longtime police and courts reporter. He joined the KSL.com team in 2021 after many years of reporting for the Deseret News

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