Facebook Live triple shooting suspect captured by U.S. Marshals in Suffolk

Posted at 11:25 AM, Aug 04, 2016
and last updated 2016-08-04 12:11:59-04

NORFOLK, Va. - The U.S. Marshals Fugitive Task Force arrested a man in connection with a triple shooting that was captured on Facebook Live video.

Tony Angelo Roundtree

Tony Angelo Roundtree

Officers saw a man matching the suspect description leave a home in Green Ash Court in Suffolk. Investigators positively identified the suspect, 25-year-old Tony Angelo Roundtree, while he was riding a hoverboard around the neighborhood.

Task force members arrested Roundtree on Wednesday and took him into custody. He is being held at the Norfolk City Jail.

Officers were called to the 900 block of Bainbridge Blvd. around 6:10 p.m. where they found three men inside a vehicle suffering from apparent gunshot wounds.

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The men, all in their late 20s,  were taken to Sentara Norfolk General Hospital with life threatening injuries.

Norfolk detectives became aware of the Facebook Live video and confirmed that the video is of the incident.

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The graphic video shows the three men listening to music, a man in the front passenger seat holding the phone. Suddenly, the phone drops to the floor of the car as what sounds like at least 30 gunshots can be heard in the background.

"Call 911," a man can be heard saying. "We need an ambulance, there's three of us shot."

A voice of another man can be heard trying to comfort a victim for about 10 minutes until paramedics arrived. The man repeatedly said, "Stay calm, stay relaxed."

He also said, "Give me your hand, I got you... Stay with me nephew. I got you... It's going to be alright, they are coming to get you."

At one point, the man seemed to address multiple victims, saying, "Everybody keep your eyes open. Keep listening to my voice."

If you have any information that could help in the investigation, call Crime Line at 1-888-LOCK-U-UP.