US Marshals lead Salt Lake arrest of Smith's gunman
A joint criminal apprehension team headed by the United States Marshals has arrested the gunman known as "Canceris," who allegedly robbed the Smith's Food & Drug in Price on Nov. 26.
The suspect, Domonic Mathew Martinez, 28, was taken into custody at 3300 South State Street in Salt Lake City at around 4 p.m. Thursday afternoon. Martinez is originally from Murray but had recently been living in Price.
Price City Detectives Robb Radley and Chris Pugliese assisted in the arrest investigation of Martinez who is also known as "King-Dom." The Seventh District Court issued a $100,000 warrant for the suspect after his reported involvement in the aggravated robbery at Smith's.
He was booked into the Salt Lake County Jail, pending extradition back to Price, said Price City Police Capt. Bill Barnes.
Price Detectives arrested Jennifer Tryon, 42, of Price on Dec. 2 for Aggravated Robbery, Conspiracy to Commit Robbery, and Obstruction of Justice in connection with the same crime.
She was identified as the "getaway" driver by Price Police.
See the Dec. 10 edition of the Sun Advocate for a full recount of the November incident at Smith's Food & Drug as well as the subsequent investigation and arrests.