Police and members of a U.S. Marshals task force surrounded a house in Graham on Thursday and arrested one of two men wanted for a July 18 killing on a Durham street, they said.
Larry Lee James, 38, of Creedmoor did not put up a fight, officials said. He was being held without bond at the Durham County Detention Center on charges of murder and violating parole, according to jail records.
James and Malik Shequan Boyce, 36, of Bahama were charged after 21-year-old Kevin David Powell was found dead from multiple gunshots and lying in the 1100 block of Linwood Avenue.
Boyce was still at large, Durham police said.
The U.S. Marshals Service said they found James at the house at 851 Sarah Williams Ave. in Graham, in Alamance County, after being told he was living with a woman in Graham. He had been seen driving a Jeep Cherokee, and the task force traced that to the house, marshals said.
Parole officers had been looking for Powell because he was listed as an absconder, but they could not find him until he was killed.