Dino Cannon (Family photo)
KILLEEN (August 21, 2012)—Police in Orlando, Fla., confirmed Tuesday that a second man has been charged in the shooting death of Killeen High School graduate Dino Cannon, who was gunned down in June outside a nightclub while on a family vacation.
Police identified the man as Dwayne Cedric Sykes, 26, of Orlando and said he was arrested last week.
He was charged with being an accessory to first-degree murder.
Police say he drove the getaway vehicle carrying the man charged in the deadly shooting, Durick D. Ingraham of Orlando, who was arrested in late June.
Cannon, 18, a Killeen High School football standout who graduated on June 3, was shot to death early in the morning on June 15 outside Club Limelight in Orlando, where his family was on vacation, celebrating his graduation.
Orlando police said Cannon and another man got into a fight the club earlier.
The man was escorted out of the club, police said, but waited outside for Cannon to leave.
Cannon was shot at around 2:30 a.m. on June 15 as he walked in the club’s parking lot and later died at Orlando Regional Medical Center, police said.
Cannon planned to attend Prairie View A&M University this fall and major in computer science, relatives said.
He was the last of his family’s five children to graduate from Killeen High School.