DA Investigators Hit the Road in Pursuit of Murder Suspects

by Placerville Newswire / Feb 26, 2016 / comments

Suited up and ready to head out in pursuit of two suspects wanted for a murder at a South Lake Tahoe motel, investigators from the El Dorado County district attorney's office were in Solano County Thursday.  

"What we know so far is that Dennis Wright, age 40, was in Tahoe with his girlfriend." It happened in the parking lot of the Beverly Lodge during a struggle after an apparent drug deal went bad. "An altercation occurred and gunshots were fired and Mr. Wright succumbed to his injuries," said David Stevenson, an investigator for the district attorney's office in El Dorado County.

On Feb 24, the El Dorado County District Attorney’s Office had issued felony arrest warrants for Domenic Seanlee Randolph and Dion Jermaine Randolph Vaccaro, suspected in a Jan. 30 shooting in South Lake Tahoe.  

The mens’ whereabouts are unknown. Both men are “known to live/frequent the areas of Fairfield, Sacramento, Vallejo, Napa, and the surrounding areas, but could be anywhere,” according to posts on the District Attorney’s Office website.

Last week, police arrested two Vallejo men, 18-year-old Tristan Batten and 20-year-old Harvest Davidson for their alleged roles in Wright's murder.

Now, they are looking for these two: 24-year-old Domenic Seanlee Randolph and his cousin 26-year-old Dion Jermaine Randolph Vaccaro. The two men are considered armed and dangerous.