One wanted, two arrested in connection with deadly Ocean View shooting

Posted at 3:13 PM, Mar 05, 2016
and last updated 2016-03-05 15:13:44-05
Tredell Cook

Tredell Cook

Norfolk, Va. - Two men have been arrested in connection with the shooting death of a 38-year-old man in Ocean View on Saturday and one more is wanted by police.

Police are looking for 28-year-old Tredell Cook of Hampton. He is considered to be armed and dangerous. Cook has warrants for second degree murder, attempted robbery and use of a firearm in commission of a felony.

Norfolk Police identified the victim as Robert Reynolds Knight III.

Elisha Hernandez (photo: Norfolk PD)

Elisha Hernandez (photo: Norfolk PD)

Elisha Hernandez, 22, and Mondozer Masters,35, have both been charged with second degree murder, attempted robbery, conspiracy to commit a robbery and use of a firearm in commission of a felony.

Red brake light pieces, broken glass, and a memorial site are all that remained after the deadly shooting.

“I walked up and it was the guy leaning over in the seat, just really blood. It scared the crap out of me,” neighbor Curtis Rodarmel said. “I was trying to get his attention and see if he was alive.”

Around 2 p.m. Saturday, police found Knight in the driver's seat of a white minivan, with several gunshot wounds.

He later died at Sentara Norfolk General Hospital.

Mondozer Masters (Photo: Norfolk PD)

Mondozer Masters (Photo: Norfolk PD)

“It’s not something you really wanna see, at all. He was just laying over the seat. Blood everywhere, crashed into my neighbor’s truck and into the wall,” Rodarmel said.

Police needed help from the public but some people are afraid to speak up.

“If I did know anything or found out anything,” Kay Vanhorn said. “I would want to say what I knew but I would really think about it and I’d be extremely cautious about it.”

“I feel very uncomfortable. I hope the person gets caught,” Vanhorn said.

Knight`s cousin says the family is looking for answers in Knight's death.

Anyone with information on the shooting is asked to call Crime Line at 1-888-LOCK-U-UP.