Norfolk, VA -
The man wanted for a deadly shooting outside of
Roger Brown’s Restaurant in Portsmouth has been
arrested. 43 year-old Kennyon Lamont Harris,
better known as “Fee Fee” in his hometown of
Suffolk, was arrested this morning at the
Norfolk International Airport.
2:00 a.m. on Nov. 26, 2015, Portsmouth Police
responded to a shooting near the 300 block of
High Street. A 23 year-old man was found
suffering from gunshot wounds outside of Roger
Brown’s Restaurant, and was pronounced dead
after being rushed to the hospital. A second
male victim was also found suffering from
non-life threatening gunshot wounds.
Dec. 18, 2015, Portsmouth Police Department
identified Harris as the suspect in the
shooting. Warrants were issued for First Degree
Murder, Malicious Wounding, and Use of a Firearm
in the Commission of a Felony (two counts). In
January of this year, the U.S. Marshals Fugitive
Task Force was asked to locate and arrest Harris
on these outstanding warrants.
investigation by Deputy Marshals showed that
“Fee Fee” had fled. It was quickly determined
that Harris was no longer living at his
residence in Winfall, North Carolina, and a
lengthy fugitive investigation continued.
On the morning of March 16, 2016, the
investigative resources of the U.S. Marshals
Fugitive Task Force helped to identify that
Harris was on a plane currently headed to
Norfolk International Airport from Charlotte,
North Carolina. The U.S. Marshals Fugitive Task
Force responded to the airport, and with the
assistance of the Norfolk Airport Authority
Police Department the wanted homicide suspect
was taken into custody without incident.
Harris will be held at the Portsmouth City Jail.
The U.S. Marshals-led Fugitive Task Force
consists of law enforcement officers from the
U.S. Marshals, Chesapeake Sheriff’s Office,
Newport News Police Department, Portsmouth
Police Department and Norfolk Police Department.
The main objective of the task force is to seek
out and arrest violent offenders with
outstanding federal and state warrants.
The U.S. Marshals Service,
America’s oldest federal law enforcement agency,
arrested more than 33,300 federal fugitives,
66,300 state and local fugitives and 11,700 sex
offenders in 2015. Our investigative network and
capabilities allow for the unique ability to
track and apprehend any fugitive who attempts to
evade police capture, anywhere in the country.
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