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Second arrest made in teen's murder

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Darius Miller Junior (Source: Family photo) Darius Miller Junior (Source: Family photo)
Destiny Trusty (Source: Dubois County Jail) Destiny Trusty (Source: Dubois County Jail)

LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) – A second person has been arrested in connection to the shooting death of a teenager.

According to Louisville Metro Police Department Spokesperson Dwight Mitchell, Destiny Trusty, 18, was taken into custody in Dubois County and charged in connection to the murder of Darius Miller Junior.

Miller, 17, was shot in a Walgreen's parking lot at 35th Street and Broadway Sunday morning.

According to the coroner, Miller died of a single gunshot wound at 5:10 a.m. Sunday at University of Louisville Hospital.

Following the shooting police arrested Kyle Chambers in Dubois County. Both Chambers and Trusty are being held in the Dubois County Jail.

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