Springfield Police say a man wanted in connection with a deadly shooting near Brower and Grant has turned himself in.
18-year-old Timber R. Porter turned himself in to police Tuesday afternoon.
Police were looking for him after 19-year-old Dearies Hempstead from Springfield was shot and died at the hospital.
His attorney says the shooting was self-defense.
Springfield Police are looking for a man wanted for a deadly shooting Monday near Brower and Grant.
19-year-old Dearies Hempstead from Springfield was shot and died at the hospital.
Police are still looking for 18-year-old Timber R. Porter from Springfield.
Porter has red hair, brown eyes, weighs 180 pounds and is 6’4″ tall.
He’s considered armed and dangerous.
He was last seen in a silver 2005 Chevrolet with Missouri license plate MR7-N6B.
The vehicle has damage to rear passenger side quarter panel.
Springfield Police have not released a motive in the shooting.
If you have any information on Porter, call Springfield Police at 864-1810 or Crimestoppers at 869-TIPS.
Last night we were dispatched to 641 W. Brower. Officers arrived & found 19-year-old Dearies Hempstead. with an apparent gunshot wound he later died of his injuries.
— Springfield PD (@SGFPolice) November 5, 2019