Update: The victim has been identified as Sosaia Finau, age 21. His Facebook page states” What I have survived, might kill you.”
THERE WAS A FELONY WARRANT OUT FOR ONE OF THESE BROTHERS
Don’t approach Mickee Bobby Thompson or Robert Smith, shown above.
They’re considered armed and dangerous after a man was found shot numerous times in an apartment in Mountain View, a neighborhood of Anchorage where such things are not rare in these times.
Two adult male suspects fled the scene on foot toward North Park Street.
The suspects are believed to be 19-year-old Thompson and 18-year-old Smith. Thompson, on the left, was last seen wearing a black hoodie, white T-shirt, dark pants and white shoes. Smith was last seen wearing a dark coat and dark jeans.
THOMPSON JUST GOT OUT OF JAIL
Thompson was released by the Alaska Department of Corrections in February, having served out a sentence for a crime Must Read Alaska was not able to locate, possibly because it occurred when he was a minor.
Three days ago, a warrant was issued for Thompson’s arrest for a domestic violence-related “Assault 2 – Serious Injury, Reckless.” It’s a Class B felony. He was also wanted for a misdemeanor assault charge stemming from the same incident.
Mickee’s brother, Treyveon-Kindell Bobby Dwayne Thompson, was shot and killed July 29, 2016 in the Muldoon neighborhood. At 21, he was one of five people who police say were gunned down that year by the same Colt Python revolver, later linked to James Dale Ritchie, age 40.
Mickee’s father, Bobby D. Thompson, was in state prison at the time of Treyveon’s death and had since been transferred to federal prison. Robert Smith is possibly Mickee’s brother or half brother.
From Anchorage Police: Readers with any information on the whereabouts of these suspects and/or information about this investigation, please call 911 or remain anonymous by calling Crime Stoppers at 907-561-STOP. Detectives say this is likely an isolated crime and not random.
APD UPDATE @ 10:20 AM:
This shooting is now a homicide investigation. SWAT is on scene looking for potential suspect(s). Please continue to avoid the 4200-block of Mountain View Drive. If you live in the area, please stay inside and call 9-1-1 if you see any suspicious persons near your property.