Devin Schultz-Morrison, Vancouver, Wash., arrested on murder charge in Washington state

Devin Daniel Schultz-Morrison, 23, Vancouver, Wash., has been charged with the Dec. 30, 2017, murder of Vincent R. Trevino, 23, in Vancouver, Wash., according to Berthold Police Chief Al Schmidt.

Schultz-Morrison was extradited back to Washington state on weapons charges and has also been charged with shooting Trevino to death, according to Schmidt.

Schultz-Morrison is charged with Class B felony possession with intent to deliver hashish and Class A misdemeanor fleeing a police officer in district court in Minot.

He allegedly drove recklessly on July 2, led law enforcement on a high speed chase, was tazed by Schmidt but successfully fled on foot and was then finally captured hours later in a field east of Berthold. A search of his vehicle turned up a substantial amount of marijuana and hash oil. Schultz-Morrison’s fiancee, Shadow Peltier, was arrested and was charged with meth and marijuana related charges, according to Schmidt.

Schmidt said in the press release that it is unclear why Schultz-Morrison might have fled to North Dakota.

The Berthold police department is working with police detectives in Vancouver, he said in the release, and the investigation is ongoing.