Persons of Interest Wanted in Deadly El Cajon Shooting

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    NEWSLETTERS

    Sheriff's detectives are looking for two possibly armed and dangerous persons of interest in the fatal shooting of a Jamaican man in El Cajon last month.

    Kevin McCalla, 37, was left to die on an apartment complex's sidewalk at 1475 Graves Avenue with multiple gunshot wounds on June 26. He was pronounced dead at the scene.

    Witnesses told NBC 7 they heard two men arguing just before several shots were fired.

    Now, San Diego County Sheriff's detectives say they want to question two persons of interest in the case: Latima Dover and a man known as "Slung." 

    Dover -- who also goes by the nickname "Latty" -- is described as a 49-year-old Jamaican man with short hair, 6-foot-1 and 150 pounds.

    "Slung" is about 50 years old with black dreadlocks and a distinct Jamaican accent, investigators say.

    If you know where these men may be, sheriff's officials warn that you should not contact them yourself, but instead call law enforcement.

    Anyone with information about McCalla's death is urged to call 858-974-2321.