KANSAS CITY, Mo. — A fugitive wanted for two Kansas City murders is in custody.

The Kansas City Police Department said 28-year-old Glenn A. Pulluaim Jr. surrendered to authorities outside of Kansas City, Missouri.

Pulluaim is charged with two counts of first-degree murder and two counts of armed criminal action.

The charges stem from a double homicide on Oct. 17 near Chestnut Circle and Holmes Road.

Officers responded to an apartment and found the bodies of 35-year-old Chantell Gibson and 26-year-old Austin Scott, Gibson’s cousin.

According to court documents, Gibson dated Pulluaim.

Court documents say DNA from the crime scene matched Pulluaim’s DNA collected during a previous prison sentence.

Police said Pulluaim left the crime in one of the victim’s vehicles. He hadn’t been seen until he turned himself in this week.

Pulluaim was also charged with two counts of first-degree murder in a 2013 double homicide. But he plead guilty to voluntary manslaughter and completed a 7-year sentence in 2020.