Third suspect in Elyria murder-for-hire turns himself in

 

**EDITOR’S NOTE: Elyria police were originally looking for Saint-Velle Pruitt; however, after Pruitt turned himself in and was adamant he was not involved in any way, he made police aware the actual suspect had used his name in the past. 

Police then said the suspect was not Pruitt; it was Patrick Gall.**

ELYRIA, Ohio– The U.S. Marshals Northern Ohio Violent Fugitive Task Force says that the third suspect in a murder-for-hire plot has turned himself in to authorities.

Saint-Velle Pruitt, 18, was wanted for aggravated murder in the death of Willie Fisher, 47.

He turned himself in to Elyria police Monday after seeing on television that he was wanted for murder. He told police that family members were pressuring him to surrender.

Officers were called to the Convenient Food Mart on East Avenue in Elyria on Friday for a report of shots fired. That’s where they found Fisher’s body.

Prosecutors said Bruce Arnoff, 56, was upset with Fisher, who he hired to do some work around the convenience store. Arnoff paid Pruitt and John Sullivan, 29, to killed Fisher, according to investigators.

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