Johnathan Walker, Suspect in Murder of Robert O'Bryant, Arrested in Oregon

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Six months after 18-year-old Robert O'Bryant was shot and killed in the Bayview, police have finally nabbed a suspect. Police announced today that they have arrested 21-year-old Johnathan Walker, who is also wanted in connection with two other Bay Area murders.

Police had been looking for Walker -- who also goes by John-John -- since the Jan. 25 shooting, where O'Bryant was shot multiple times while sitting inside his home on the 600 block of Kirkwood Avenue at about 1:30 a.m.

Another victim, Kenyon Norbert, 19, was also shot, but survived.
A few days after the shooting, police released details about Walker, saying they believed he was the shooter.

Police received a tip that Walker, who is on parole for robbery, was in Coos Bay, Oregon. He was arrested yesterday when a SWAT team took him into custody.

Walker is also wanted in two other homicides in Vallejo.

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