Rohnert Park police have arrested Berry Lamiris Adams, 32, of San Francisco, in connection with the killing of 20-year-old Kevin C. Craft, who was found dead in the early morning hours of April 22 in the parking lot of on Redwood Drive in Rohnert Park.
Kelly Koffler and Jeff Nicks, from the Department of Public Safety's investigations bureau, with assistance from Las Vegas police, arrested Adams Tuesday, Oct. 18 in Las Vegas, where he was living. In addition to San Francisco and Vegas, Adams has also lived in Richmond and Citrus Heights.
Police received information from an unidentified woman and collected evidence from a Citrus Heights residence the day after the killing, Nicks said.
"Adams was arrested on a warrant for felony possession of a handgun that resulted in great bodily injury, and for pimping and pandering," said Sgt. Jeff Nicks. "We believe Adams is responsible for committing the crime. He’s been taken into custody based on the warrant."
No motive has been made public.
a week after Craft was killed showed two potential suspects, at least one of whom lived in Citrus Heights. Nicks confirmed Oct. 18 that the male in the video is the suspect who was arrested. The woman depicted in the video is not wanted on any charges, Nicks said.
The video was taken by a camera in a convenience store across the street from the Best Western Hotel, Nicks said.
Adams was booked into the Clarke County Jail in Nevada where he awaits an extradition hearing, according to Nicks. Police expect the suspect to be extradited to Sonoma County within the next 10-30 days.
"Once hets gets back here, the district attorney will decide whether to file charges," Nicks said.
Terry Menshek, with District Attorney Jill Ravitch's office, said Thursday afternoon that the Sonoma County District Attorney has not received any information regarding the case.
"There's nothing on it right now," Menshek said. "We'll have to review the evidence and make a decision [on filing charges]."
Stay tuned to Rohnert Park Patch for updates. View the suspect in the video to the right.
Friends and family of Craft said his death taught them a larger lesson about life. . The community pulled together after the tragedy, .