Nathan Hendricks, who was charged in last month's shooting death of 72-year-old William Domann in Independence, was captured Monday night in Gulfport, Mississippi. A woman who was a person of interest in the case, whom Hendricks was believed to be traveling with, also was located but was not taken into custody.

Independence Police said Hendricks, 46, from Hermann, Missouri, and 48-year-old Sheila Casey from Kansas City were located by local and federal law enforcement officers in Gulfport after IPD received information on their whereabouts and relayed the information to Gulfport. Hendricks was found hiding outside behind a residence and initially lied about his identity but it was quickly confirmed.

Hendricks, who has been charged with second-degree murder, first-degree burglary and armed criminal action, will be brought back to Jackson County later. Casey has not been charged in the case.

Two 32-year-old men from Kansas City, Kansas – Xavier Otero and Onelio Garcia – have also been charged in Domann's homicide and have been in custody since shortly after Domann's Oct. 30 death.