Police arrested a Durham man Tuesday evening on a murder charge in the shooting death of a man outside a Walmart off Glenwood Avenue five days earlier.
Detectives went to Durham to get Tavarese Demond Vine, 25, said Raleigh police spokesman Jim Sughrue.
Vine is accused of killing Jerry Eugene Sumpter, 39, of Durham on the night of Sept. 17 when shots were fired in the store parking lot at Brier Creek. Sumpter died at Duke University Hospital in Durham.
Emil Emit Sherwood, 36, of Durham was wounded in the same attack, but police have not charged Vine with that. Sughrue said the case is continuing.
Vine, whose listed home address is 815 Leon St., was being held without bail in the Wake County Detention Center for a Wednesday court appearance.
Raleigh police had been working with Durham police on the shootings, and Vine turned himself in at Durham police headquarters after learning that Raleigh detectives had sworn out a warrant for his arrest, Sughrue said.
Vine was convicted in 2008 of a 2007 armed robbery in Durham and given a suspended sentence with probation, according to state Department of Public Safety records.