David Messerschmitt was found stabbed to death in a D.C. hotel (PHOTO: Linkedin)
Person of interest in the case (PHOTO: Myfoxdc.com)
Dominique Johnson (PHOTO: myfoxdc.com)
WASHINGTON D.C. (FOX19) -
D.C. Metropolitan Police arrested a second woman in connection to the stabbing death of a 30-year-old lawyer from Anderson Township, reports say.
Dominique Johnson, 19, is charged with conspiracy to commit robbery, according to WTTG.
David Messerschmitt's body was found face down on the floor of The Donovan Hotel around 11 a.m. on February 10.
He was reported missing by family members one day earlier.
Jamyra Gallmon, 21, was arrested and charged with murder last week. Gallmon entered Messerschmitt's hotel room intending to rob him, documents obtained by WTTG state.
According to a search warrant, Messerschmitt was stabbed several times in the back. His wallet was left near his body with credit cards strewn about. Additional credit cards and identifying documents were found throughout the room,.
Police seized a computer, lubricant, condoms, cell phone, an enema and other items found in the hotel room, court records show.
Further details on Johnson's role in the case have not been released.
Messerschmitt attended Anderson High School and Ohio State University. He was a lawyer for DLA Piper, a firm in D.C.
He lived with his wife in an apartment on Capitol Hill.