Federal Way man arrested on suspicion of vehicular homicide, arson

Law enforcement officers arrested a Federal Way man Thursday in connection with a fatal hit-and-run incident in April.

According to a Washington State Police press release, the Washington State Department of Corrections Southwest Region Community Response Unit along with the United States Marshall’s Service, WSP Swat and detectives from the WSP Criminal Investigation Division arrested David Warren Marshall, 19, at 3 p.m.

According to the release, Marshall was booked into King County Jail for investigation of vehicular homicide and arson. He was also booked on two warrants for felony weapons and felony narcotics violations.

The vehicular homicide investigation was in reference to a hit-and-run collision southbound on state routes 167 and 18 April 16, in which a white Ford Crown Victoria struck and killed a pedestrian who was walking away from a disabled vehicle. The Crown Victoria was later found after it had been set on fire in Seattle, according to the press release.

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