Andrew Nam Duncan, 21, identified by law enforcement as a "person of interest" in the Taylor double homicide near Helena, is no longer a person of interest.
Lewis and Clark County Sheriff Leo Dutton released a statement Friday afternoon. In it, Dutton said "detectives from our office have had the opportunity to speak to Mr. Duncan and no longer consider him a person of interest in the double homicide."
Authorities had said they wanted to talk to Duncan about the March 19 slaying of a Helena Valley couple and the March 10 burglary of the victims' Lincoln Road business, Lincoln RV Park.
Last week, authorities arrested the couple's 21-year-old son, Kaleb David Taylor of Helena, 21-year-old Kyle Alexander Hamm of Helena and 22-year-old Journey Ryder John Wienke of Helena in connection with the double homicide.
The Helena Police Department arrested Duncan Sunday evening at a home in Helena for alleged offenses unrelated to the double homicide or the burglary. Duncan was held on suspicion of criminal possession of drug paraphernalia, a Helena Municipal Court Warrant for felony theft, and a petition to revoke from Lewis and Clark County District Court.