Man suspected in fatal Tacoma shooting turns himself in to authorities in L.A. area

LOS ANGELES -- The man suspected in the Feb. 1 shooting death of a man in car in an AM/PM parking lot in Tacoma has turned himself in to authorities in the Los Angeles area, the FBI said Tuesday night.

Robert Deshawn Grott surrendered  at about 8:35 p.m. Tuesday, the FBI said.

Last week,  his brother, Rashaad Dominique Grott, 22, turned himself in to police in West Hollywood, Calif. But his brother, Robert Deshawn Grott, had remained at large.

Pierce County prosecutors charged Robert Deshawn Grott last week in the murder of 23-year-old Julian Jemar Thomas. Police believe Robert Grott fired 46 rounds into Thomas' car, hitting him 10 times in the AM/PM parking lot.

Police believe Rashaad Grott drove Robert Grott to California after the shooting, and prosecutors charged him with criminal assistance on Wednesday.