UPDATE: 8/16/22 5:25 P.M.

ROY, Utah (ABC4) – The sister of a suspect wanted in connection to a homicide at a Winco parking lot in South Salt Lake has also been arrested for obstruction of justice.

Alexus Lillie Nicole Coleman, 20, reportedly lied to police about how a fugitive in the case, Liana Blas got to her home after being out of state following the homicide.

Alexus claimed that Liana never left the home, according to the statement of probable cause, but police had already confirmed that Liana was in California and Texas in May.

Police also say that Alexus lied about where Liana had her baby, claiming that she had the child in Bountiful when it was confirmed that the baby was born in Arizona.

Court documents state that Alexus had even gone with her father, Damian Coleman Sr., to Arizona to retrieve Liana and her newborn child. That baby is now missing, as of August 10, and it was confirmed that the baby was travelling with Liana and Stafon in May during their time in California and Texas.

The baby was last seen in El Paso on May 24, according to police.

Alexus and Liana “refused to say where this baby is located,” according to the statement of probable cause. The baby is currently listed on NCIC as a missing endangered child as a result of not knowing where the infant is and the fact that the baby’s father is a known fugitive with a homicide warrant.

On August 10, police also found that Alexus is allowing Kenya Coleman to use her cash app to send money to relatives in California, who then reportedly send cash to their brothers.

“Alexus has continued to lie about knowing where her fugitive brothers are at,” police say.

No further information is currently available on this case.

ORIGINAL STORY: 8/10/22 4:12 P.M.

ROY, Utah (ABC4) – The parents and a girlfriend of three suspects wanted in connection to a homicide at a Winco parking lot in South Salt Lake were arrested Wednesday for obstruction of justice.

A search warrant was served on the residence of the suspects and their parents in Roy, Utah.

Investigators reportedly learned that the parents of Terell Jones and the girlfriend of Stafon Coleman have been helping the remaining suspects travel across several different states during the last three months and evade capture by police.

The following individuals were booked into jail on felony obstruction of justice charges:

  • Kenya Coleman (47 years old)
  • Damian Coleman (49 years old)
  • Liana Blas (20 years old)

Detectives are still actively seeking information in relation to the whereabouts of the remaining homicide suspects:

  • Terell Jones (30 years old)
  • Stafon Coleman (21 years old)
  • Mckennalyn Cummins (24 years old)

If you have any information related to these suspects, please contact Detective Hill at nhill@sscl.gov or at 801-412-3655.