Fourth Suspect Arrested In Prince George Double Homicide Investigation

A man wanted in connection with last week's double homicide in Prince George has been arrested.

RCMP, acting on a tip, took 21-year-old Seaver Miller (pictured at right) into custody last night.

Police say Miller was aware of the arrest warrant and was actively evading apprehension -- but was arrested without incident.

Three other men -- 33-year-old Joshua West, 27-year-old Aaron Moore and 24-year-old Perry Charlie -- had already been arrested and charged with two counts of first degree murder and one count of attempted murder.

Early last Wednesday morning, three men were shot in a vehicle in Prince George's North Nechako neighbourhood.  

Fifty-one-year-old Thomas Burt Reed and 46-year-old David Laurin Franks were pronounced dead at the scene.

The third man, whose name hasn't been released, suffered non-life-threatening injuries.