A Lemoore man who was jailed last fall in Kings County on a local domestic violence charge is now under arrest for a brutal Maryland slaying, the Kings County District Attorney's Office said.
Dallando Campbell, 31, was booked into the Kings County Jail last October after Lemoore police responded to a domestic violence call. A sample of his DNA was taken and submitted to a federal database.
The results came back in January as an exact match to DNA submitted in 2009 by Maryland State Police from the scene of a brutal murder, the DA's Office said.
Kings County DA investigators found Campbell and kept him under surveillance while a federal grand jury indicted him. He was arrested Friday in Hanford.
Campbell is one of two suspects in the slaying of a Brooklyn, N.Y., woman, Serika Dunkley Holness, who was found stabbed to death on a farm near Crumpton, Md.
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