NEWPORT NEWS, Va. (12/14/07)--A man has been arrested in connection with the shooting death of a sailor found in the parking lot of Langley FCU in Newport News seven months ago. Police arrested David A. Runyon, 36, Tuesday in Morgantown, W.Va., on charges of carjacking, attempted robbery, abduction, murder, and using a firearm during a felony in the shooting of 30-year-old sailor Cory Voss (McClatchy-Tribune Regional News Dec. 13). Voss left his home and drove to the Langley FCU ATM late at night on April 29, police said. After his wife report him missing the next morning, police found Voss in the driver’s seat of his pickup in the parking lot behind the credit union. He had died from a gunshot wound. ATM surveillance footage shows that a man wielding a handgun got into the passenger side of Voss’ truck when Voss pulled up to the ATM, police said. After unsuccessfully trying to withdraw cash from the ATM several times, Voss drove away with the gunman still in his truck. Police said they don’t know if Voss did not have any funds available to withdraw, or if he purposely entered the wrong information at the ATM to protect his funds at the credit union. They said Voss was shot because he didn’t deliver money to the killer.