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[UPDATE] Quincy Murder Suspect Surrenders

By: Eyewitness News Email
By: Eyewitness News Email

[UPDATE] Quincy, FL -- April 16, 2012 -- Noon

The suspect accused of shooting and killing a man early Sunday morning is now behind bars. 24-year-old Dominique Neal turned himself in to Gadsden County deputies last night.

Dominique Neal turned himself in to Gadsden's Sheriff Morris Young last night. That was after witnesses said he was the man who shot and killed Carlos Allen.

Quincy police say they went to a parking lot along Adams Street just after midnight because of a shooting. Police were told that Neal and Allen got into a fight and that led to Allen getting shot. He was taken to the hospital but died. That's when law enforcement started looking for Neal. Witnesses told them he was the one who shot Allen.

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[UPDATE] Quincy, FL -- April15, 2012 -- 9:30 PM

At approximately 8pm on April 15th, Dominique Wyndell Neal, Sr. surrendered himself to Sheriff Morris A. Young for the murder of Carlos Allen that occurred in Quincy, Florida.

Sheriff Young transported Neal to the Gadsden County Jail where he is being held without bond.
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Quincy, FL--April 15, 2012

At 12:57 Sunday morning the Quincy Police Department responded to a shooting in a parking lot across from 14 S. Adams St. The incident left one man dead after being life-flighted to Tallahassee Memorial Hospital.

Upon arrival officers found Carlos Allen lying on the ground after being shot. Several witnesses identified the shooter as Dominique Wyndell Neal, 24, and said he and the victim had a physical altercation before the shooting occurred.

Neal is at large and fled the scene in an older model white four-door vehicle, possibly a Buick. Neal has ties in both Quincy and Tallahassee and could be in either city.

The Quincy Police Department is asking anyone with information about the whereabouts of Dominique Wyndell Neal to contact them by calling 850-627-7111 or calling Crime Stoppers at 574-TIPS. If your information leads to an arrest you could be eligible for an award.

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