State Police say the shootings of two men inside a Biddeford house on July 6 were drug related and they have asked the Maine Drug Enforcement Agency to assist in the investigation. In addition police have identified the man who shot the two men. He is Fuquan Prince Wilson, 34, from the Bronx, NY, who goes by the street name of “P”. Wilson. Wilson has a long criminal history in New York of mostly drug charges, is 5’9”, weighs 170 pounds with brown hair and green eyes. He has a tattoo on his neck, “Ruthy”. An arrest warrant for Wilson, charging him with possession of a firearm by a felon, has been issued and detectives believe it is unlikely he is still in Maine. Detectives say they are considering self-defense as a factor in the shootings, but no final decision has been made on whether other charges will be filed in this case .
Detectives say the investigation shows that the two men shot and killed –Russel Lavoie, 42, of Old Orchard Beach and Jeffrey Lude, 37, of Biddeford who came to the house armed with a pellet gun and a rubber mallet to assault Wilson and likely to steal drugs.
In addition to the three men – there were four other people in the apartment at the time of the shooting, including the man who rents the apartment, 55 year old Donald Corkran. All have been interviewed by police, except for Wilson. Biddeford and State Police continue to investigate the shooting, evidence is still being analyzed at the State Police crime lab and additional interviews and re-interviews will take place before final decisions are made in the case.