Two Arrests Made in Walker Woods Murder 5-19-2015

Complaint # 50-15-12520

Date/Time: Wednesday, May 13th, 2015 at 8:54PM

Location:  Walker Woods Development, Harmony Lane, Dover, Delaware

Officer Releasing Information: Cpl. Mark Hoffman, Public Information Officer

UPDATE:

The Dover Police Department has arrested two men in connection with the Walker Woods homicide that occurred on Wednesday, May 13th.  Damier Harmon (18) and Bruce Manlove (19) were arrested in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania by the Philadelphia Police Department for charges of 1st Degree Robbery relating to the incident.  Once arrested, detectives obtained further evidence leading to the Harmon being charged with 1st Degree Murder.  Both suspects are currently being held in Pennsylvania awaiting extradition to Delaware.

Damier Harmon faces the following charges upon extradition:
-1st Degree Murder
-1st Degree Robbery
-Possession of Deadly Weapon During Commission of a Felony
-Possession of Firearm by Person Prohibited
-Possession of Ammunition by Person Prohibited
-Conspiracy 2nd Degree

Damier Harmon Age: 18 Address: Unit Block of Harmony Lane, Dover

Damier Harmon
Age: 18
Address: Unit Block of Harmony Lane, Dover

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bruce Manlove faces the following charges upon extradition:
-1st Degree Robbery
-Possession of a Deadly Weapon During Commission of a Felony
-Conspiracy 2nd Degree

Bruce Manlove Age: 19 Address: Homeless, Dover

Bruce Manlove
Age: 19
Address: Homeless, Dover

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Original Narrative:

The Dover Police Department is investigating the homicide of a 19-year-old Smyrna man that occurred on Harmony Lane, in the Walker Woods development.  At approximately 8:54P, the Dover Police Department received a call reporting a sound of a gunshot and a male subject seen lying on the ground near the rear of the development.  Police arrived on scene and discovered 19-year-old Gary Adams had suffered a single gunshot wound and immediately began first aid efforts.  Adams was transported to the Bayhealth Kent General Hospital where he later died as a result of the injuries he suffered.  It was learned during the investigation that Adams was enrolled at Smyrna High School.  Smyrna High School administrators have been contacted and will have crisis counselors available to those who wish to utilize the service.  In addition, the Smyrna Police Department has been notified of this matter and has been in continuous contact with Smyrna school officials.

This is the cities fourth homicide in the 2015 calendar year.

 

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