Man charged with first-degree murder in Burlington death

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BURLINGTON, Iowa -- A fourth person that was wanted in connection to a 2017 murder has surrendered to police.

A Chicago man, 30-year-old Emmanuel E. Jarrett Spann, was charged with first-degree murder for the death of 26-year-old Demarcus "Peanut" Chew, according to a statement from Lt. Adam Schaefer with the Burlington Police Department.   In addition to the murder charge, Spann was facing conspiracy to commit a forcible felony.

On Tuesday, February 19 Spann turned himself into police in Chicago. He was waiting to be extradited back to Iowa.

Three other men have been charged in connection with the death: Andre Harris, Antoine Spann, and Derrick Parker.

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