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Second arrest in deadly Lancaster shooting

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Police make a second arrest in a deadly shooting in Lancaster City. Domonique Boyer, 27, died from a gunshot wound he suffered on May 31 during a fight in the area of the 100 block East Chestnut Street and North Cherry Street.  Christopher Johnson, 23, of Columbia Borough, was arrested within hours after the shooting and charged with homicide.

As a result of a followup investigation, city police arrested Danielle Marie Sawyer, 32, of Columbia, whom they believe supplied the weapon that killed Boyer. Police say during a fight between Boyer and Johnson, Sawyer retrieved a .22 caliber semi-automatic handgun form her vehicle. She concealed the weapon in her waist band.  The gun had been reported stolen to the Chicago Police Department in January 1988.

Sawyer was arraigned on a charge of Firearms Not to Be Carried Without a License and Receiving Stolen Property. Following arraignment she was released on $50,000 bail.