Report by Rochester Police has revealed that an arrest has been made in the Caroline Street homicide case.
State troopers in Washington have arrested Robert Norry who is accused of killing Kelly O’May on Caroline Street a week ago.
Norry was O’May’s boyfriend and lived in the apartment with her, as stated by investigators.
Not long after O’May’s body was found by relatives who were searching for her, Rochester Police investigators got in touch with the U.S. Marshals Task Force to find Norry because of signs that he may have fled the state.
Norry’s vehicle was seen in Idaho by state police. State Police in Washington was contacted and told that Norry’s vehicle could be coming towards their direction.
State troopers in Washington found the vehicle and took Norry into custody without incident. Investigators with Rochester Police quickly flew to Spokane, Washington and interviewed Norry, which led to an arrest warrant to charge him with second-degree murder.
Norry will be extradited back to Rochester as arrangements are finalized.