Third Suspect Arrested In Homicide In Waterside Community In Frederick

He was picked up in Philadelphia.








Frederick, Md (KM) Another suspect in the murder of Jaemari Anderson of Frederick has been apprehended. The Sheriff’s Office reports that Daniel Alonzo Flythe was taken into custody on Tuesday night in the Cobbs Creek neighborhood in west Philadelphia. He is charged with 1st-degree murder.

Flythe is being held in Pennsylvania on a warrant from Frederick County.

On September 6th, 2020, the Sheriff’s Office says deputies were dispatched to a walking path behind Waterview Court in the Waterside community. They found Jaemari Anderson, 19, of Frederick with a gunshot wound. He was taken to Shock Trauma where he died from his injuries.

Investigators say Anderson, Jordan Hooks  of Frederick, were hanging out a Hooks’ residence, smoking marijuana throughout the day. During that time, there was a confrontation between Anderson and several others  in Hooks’ basement.  Hooks and Anderson agreed to a physical fight.

Before leaving the basement, detectives determined that Hooks took a handgun from behind a couch and placed it in his waistband.

The group left the basement and headed toward a walking path. Neighbors heard gunshots and people fleeing the area.

The Sheriff’s Office says Flythe was apprehended by two US Marshals Service task forces, the Capital Area Regional Fugitive Task Force and the Eastern Pennsylvania Violent Crimes Fugitive Task Force.

Two other suspects have been  apprehended for Anderson’s death. Jordan Hooks was arrested on September 11th. Brian Henry was taken into custody on December 15th. They all face multiple charges, including 1st-degree murder.


By Kevin McManus