A man being sought for an ambush homicide outside a York City strip club is now in custody.

Damian Chaudre Banks was captured Friday in Hampton, Va., by members of the U.S. Marshals Service, according to York City Detective First Class Jeff Spence.

Banks, 22, who lives in that city, is now in Hampton County Prison awaiting extradition, Spence said. He will be charged with homicide when he is returned to York County.

Banks' alleged accomplice, Derrick Eugene Johnnson, 24, remains in York County Prison without bail, also charged with homicide.

York City Police allege the men fatally shot Trevahn Kent outside Temptations strip club at 617 E. Market St. on Feb. 17, 2013.

According to charging documents, Banks and Johnson tried to get into the strip club about 2 a.m. but were turned away by the bouncer because they had been in a fight with Kent and Lamin Goodman inside the club several weeks earlier.

The bouncer warned Kent and Goodman that Johnson and Banks were outside and suggested they wait a few minutes before leaving, documents state.

The bouncer later escorted Kent and Goodman to another exit and checked outside to make sure no one was on the street, documents state.

Seeing no one, Kent and Goodman walked outside about 2:36 a.m., which is when a single gunshot rang out.

Both men ran, but Kent collapsed and was pronounced dead at the scene, police said.

Marshals found Banks outside a home after tracking him to Hampton, Va., Spence said.

He was arrested after a brief foot chase and was taken to the Hampton County Jail, where he will await extradition, the detective said.

-- Reach Liz Evans Scolforo at levans@yorkdispatch.com.