The Louisville Metro Police Department has arrested the man believed to have shot and killed 3-year-old Trinity Rudolph and her father Brandon Waddles, 21.According to LMPD officials, Trinity and Waddles was fatally shot by Kevon Lawless on Aug. 14, in the Jacobs neighborhood. Trinity was transported to Norton Children’s Hospital where she died shortly after, while Waddles was pronounced dead at the scene.The shooting happened in the area of Kahlert Avenue and West Southern Heights, just off Taylor Boulevard.Lawless was arrested on Tuesday afternoon and charged with murder, 1st degree burglary and possession of a handgun by a convicted felon, according to an LMPD spokesperson.Last Wednesday night, Evan Ross, 28, was brought into custody and charged with murder (facilitation) in connection with the double homicide. He admitted to his involvement in the shooting.Police said a vehicle suspected to be involved was seen on surveillance footage and found near the scene. That vehicle was then found on Powell Avenue on Wednesday. Ross is the owner of that vehicle.Ross is lodged at Louisville Metro Corrections on a $1 million bond. Lawless is currently being processed. The investigation is ongoing.

The Louisville Metro Police Department has arrested the man believed to have shot and killed 3-year-old Trinity Rudolph and her father Brandon Waddles, 21.

According to LMPD officials, Trinity and Waddles was fatally shot by Kevon Lawless on Aug. 14, in the Jacobs neighborhood. Trinity was transported to Norton Children’s Hospital where she died shortly after, while Waddles was pronounced dead at the scene.

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The shooting happened in the area of Kahlert Avenue and West Southern Heights, just off Taylor Boulevard.

Lawless was arrested on Tuesday afternoon and charged with murder, 1st degree burglary and possession of a handgun by a convicted felon, according to an LMPD spokesperson.

Last Wednesday night, Evan Ross, 28, was brought into custody and charged with murder (facilitation) in connection with the double homicide. He admitted to his involvement in the shooting.

Police said a vehicle suspected to be involved was seen on surveillance footage and found near the scene. That vehicle was then found on Powell Avenue on Wednesday. Ross is the owner of that vehicle.

Ross is lodged at Louisville Metro Corrections on a $1 million bond. Lawless is currently being processed.

The investigation is ongoing.

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