A man wanted for a double murder in Michigan was apprehended Friday in Prescott.
Christopher Lewis Greer, 32, was arrested around 4:30 p.m. by US Marshals, the Nevada County Sheriff‘s Office and the Prescott Police Department.
Lawyers served a warrant at 407 Rosston Road and arrested Greer under Michigan warrants. He is being held in the Nevada County Detention Center pending extradition to Michigan on two counts of first-degree murder and four counts of felony possession of weapons.
The US Marshals Service issued a $5,000 reward for Greer’s arrest on January 10 – five days after he allegedly killed two sisters at a house on the 3300 block of Niagara Street in Wayne, MI, a suburb of Detroit .
Greer allegedly shot his sisters Dominique Parchman, 30, and Shyanna Hall, 18, at the residence. Responding officers found that both victims had been shot multiple times.
Parchman was pronounced dead at the scene and Hall later succumbed to her injuries at a local hospital. Before he died, Hall told Wayne police that Greer was the shooter. Police say Greer had been dating Parchman for several years, and a fight on Jan. 5 escalated into Greer allegedly shooting Parchman and his sister.
Greer reportedly fled the scene armed with a 9mm handgun in Parchman’s black 2006 Dodge Charger. The vehicle was later abandoned and recovered in Ypsilanti Township near the intersection of West Michigan Avenue and S Hewitt Road.
It was not immediately clear how Greer got to Prescott.