APPLE VALLEY – San Bernardino County Sheriff’s investigators revealed two more suspects in the August 6 shooting death of an Apple Valley man.
Reports said that one of the suspects, Rayvon Tarpley, 25, of Victorville, died in an unrelated incident. Richard Tobias Nedd, 21, of Victorville, was arrested on Sept. 30 for what investigators believe was his role in the shooting. Another suspect, Arieon Shoulders, 25, of Victorville, had already been arrested.
While Julian Kilgore, 23, died in the attack, another victim, Richard Fenton, 21, survived.
On Tuesday, August 25 at 9:25 p.m., deputies from the Apple Valley Sheriff’s Station were summoned to the 21000 block of Nisqually Road where Kilgore and Fenton were found suffering from gunshot wounds. Kilgore was taken to a local area hospital where he died a little over an hour after being shot. Fenton was also taken for medical care, but was treated and released.
In the early portion of the investigation, detectives determined that a robbery had taken place which led to the shootings. Shoulders was identified as a suspect, and was taken into custody one day after the attacks. Investigators Adam Salsberry and Sgt. Robert Warrick later discovered evidence that led to Tarpley and Nedd. They did not specify how Rayvon Tarpley died. Records show that he had been arrested in February 2014 and December of 2013, both times for resisting or obstructing and officer.
Nedd was scheduled for a court appearance today at Victorville Superior Court. He is facing charges of murder, including charges of murder with malice aforethought, and felony armed robbery.
In Shoulder’s court appearance last month, he pleaded not guilty to murder charges and three other felony charges, according to records.