The Free Lance–Star: Stafford deputies arrest fugitive:
Two broken windows in southern Stafford late Thursday led to the arrest of a man wanted for a slaying that occurred nearly four years ago and 3,000 miles away.
Dmarcus Dewitt George, 24, was among a group of young men at the Deacon Road 7-Eleven when Stafford 1st Sgt. J.D. Pittman pulled in.
Sheriff’s spokesman Bill Kennedy said Pittman was one of several deputies responding to a vandalism call on Grafton Street when he spotted two vehicles that matched the descriptions of those reportedly seen leaving the scene.
The slaying George is accused of occurred on June 21, 2004, according to a police report provided by the Pierce County Sheriff’s Office.
An arrest warrant for George in Washington was issued on Jan. 10, 2005. According to court records, 22-year-old Isaiah Clark was shot four times at a Shell gas station in Parkland, Wash.
Witnesses told police that George, who was in the back seat, shot Clark and the victim fell to the ground. Police said Clark was shot three more times after he had fallen. George is on Pierce County’s 10 Most Wanted list.