Arrest Warrant Issued For Last Night’s Murder

An 18 year old was shot to death last night. Tuesday night at 7:10 multiple calls of shots fired in the area of the 100 block N 10th St came in to Webster County Dispatch. When officers arrived on scene, they located an unresponsive male on the sidewalk in front of the Community Health Center in Fort Dodge. Officers began life‐saving efforts on the male before medics arrived, but the man was ultimately pronounced dead. Investigators were called in and the scene was processed, and witnesses were located. The victim has been identified as Patrick Walker of Fort Dodge. While officers were still processing the scene, they were notified of an additional male that had arrived at Unity Point Trinity Regional Hospital with a gunshot wound. That victim is 20‐year‐old Silas Hall. Hall’s gunshot wound is not believed to be life threatening. As a result of the investigation thus far, a 1st degree murder arrest warrant has been issued for juvenile male Davonquae Jyshon Pettigew (AKA D.J.) of Fort Dodge. The charge is a Class A forcible felony which results in the juvenile being charged as an adult. Pettigrew is described as being 17 years of age, 5’8” tall, and weighing 130 pounds. Pettigrew should be considered armed and dangerous. If anyone knows the whereabouts of  Pettigrew, they are encouraged to contact law enforcement or Crimestoppers immediately.

Fort Dodge Police encourage anyone with video footage in the area to contact them. The FDPD was assisted by the Webster County Sheriff’s Office and Fort Dodge Fire Rescue on the scene.

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