Police seek 2 more in connection with teen’s murder

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SALT LAKE CITY --Salt Lake City Police are looking for two more individuals they say may be involved in the August murder of a teen in Salt Lake City.

The body of Kenyatta Winston, 16, was found in a field between Crandall and Zenith Avenues (near 2900 South and 1100 East) on Aug. 29.

Frank Reyos, the man police believe is responsible for Winston's death, was arrested after leading police on a high-speed chase.

Salt Lake Police say officers from multiple agencies pulled into a hotel parking lot Tuesday night when they saw Reyos and a female passenger in a vehicle. Police say the suspect vehicle rammed one of their squad cars when officers surrounded the car.

"Officers tried to pin this vehicle in so that they could apprehend the suspect, but he decided to take that vehicle and ram it into one of our officer's cars," said Sgt. Shawn Josephson.

Police pursued the vehicle and administered a "pit maneuver" causing the suspect vehicle to crash at 900 West and 1000 South. Both Reyos and his passenger were taken for medical treatment.

Police also arrested Jessica Reyos Tuesday night. She was booked on obstruction of justice charges. Jessica Reyos is accused of giving false information about the man who police believed killed Kenyatta.

The female passenger with the suspect is said to have minor injuries and will be questioned in the homicide case as well.

Charges were filed on Wednesday and three new names were released in connection with the murder. Police are looking for Shelby Reed, 19, who is wanted in connection with the murder. Stephon Evans, 21, is wanted for questioning. Camille Lopez, 20, was also named as being wanted for questioning. She has already been arrested. 

"We don't have details as far as if they're in hiding or what their circumstances are. If they hear this, we would love them to come forward on their own. We are asking for anyone with information about them to provide us that information so we can gather the details we need in this investigation," said Josephson.

Anyone with information should contact Salt Lake City Police at 801-799-3000 or through their website at SLCPD.com.

Read more on the murder investigation HERE.