After finding an abandoned silver Dodge Neon in a creek behind a south Kansas City home, police arrested a suspect around 1:30 a.m. Tuesday. A 9mm handgun was found inside the vehicle.
Police said Tuesday the person is a subject of interest in the homicide and a suspect in the two other shootings. The identity of the suspect has not been revealed, and no charges have been filed.
Fisk was found dead inside his crashed car about 8 p.m. Friday. He was shot while driving his vehicle in the area of Northwest Barry Road and North Marston Avenue, police said in a news release.
About an hour later and 5 miles away, another victim was found shot near 111th and North Campbell streets and rushed to a nearby hospital with life-threatening injuries.
About 2 miles away, within 30 minutes of the second shooting, a man on a motorcycle was shot at North Main Street and Northwest 102nd Terrace. His injuries were not life-threatening, according to police.
Fisk, who had just turned 30 on May 2, had lived in Kansas City for about 1 1/2 years after spending seven years in the Lake of the Ozarks as a tattoo apprentice at Bad Donkey Tattoo Co. He then moved to Kansas City, where he opened the Black Card Tattoo Collective.
Fisk was well-loved and described as "the type of person who wanted to make everybody feel special."
His death inspired an outpouring of public support and sympathy, including a message from Kansas City rap artist Tech N9ne, who remembered Fisk on Instagram as "the most talented tattoo artist I've met in KC!"
On Tuesday, a GoFundme was created by Fisk's shop to raise money to cover operational costs for the business while his family mourned.
This story is still developing.