Mountain View shooting: one arrested, one man remains at large

 Profile of Lamarkus Jayquann Mann, as provided by the APD.
Profile of Lamarkus Jayquann Mann, as provided by the APD. (KTUU)
Published: Dec. 25, 2016 at 3:15 PM AKST
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UPDATE, Dec. 26:

Officials with the Anchorage Police Dept. said Monday morning that no updates were available regarding the double homicide that happened on Christmas Eve.

A warrant for the arrest of Lamarkus Jayquann Mann, 22, has been issued. Mann is still at large and is considered to be "armed and dangerous."

Above is a photo of Mann, distributed by the Anchorage Police Dept. via a Nixle alert. Police are asking that if you see, hear or know anything about the whereabouts of Mann to please contact them by dialing 911.

Other tips can also be submitted anonymously by calling Crime Stoppers at 561-STOP.


Anchorage Police responded to a Mountain View apartment shooting around 4 p.m. Saturday on the 4100 block of Peterkin Ave.

Lamarkus Jayquann Mann, 22, has been identified by police as the shooter of Danielle Brooks, 32, and Christopher Brooks, 38.

Detectives revealed that several men who knew Christopher Brooks planned on robbing his residence.

Mann shot and killed Danielle Brooks, and a struggle over the gun resulted in the shooting of Christopher Brooks, according to the Anchorage Police Department.

Christopher Brooks managed to leave the residence and was transported to the hospital, but died a short time later at said hospital.

The group of robbers fled the scene in a vehicle. Jaylyn Franklin has been identified as one of the robbers and has been taken into custody, charged with Murder, Robbery, Burglary, and Tampering with Evidence, APD said.

A warrant has been issued for the arrest of Lamarkus Jayquann Mann for Murder, Robbery and Burglary. Mann is considered “armed and dangerous,” according to APD.

Police are asking anyone with information to immediately call 911 directly. To submit other info, and to remain anonymous, call Crime Stoppers at 561-STOP.

According to the police statement, a young boy, 6 years of age, was inside the residence at the time of the shooting. The boy reportedly told police that, “Ninjas came to [his] home and killed [his] family.”

This is a developing story and will be updated when more information is known.