Two arrests made in Cedartown shooting

June 11, 2019--8:00 A.M.

NEWS RELEASE

Two Floyd County teenagers have been arrested in connection with the May 21 drive-by shooting on Ladue Avenue that left an 18-year-old with injuries.

17-year-old Dadrian Wright and 17-year-old Tynerious Chambers have been charged with aggravated assault and possession of a firearm during the commission of a crime.

Another suspect, Jajuan Hunter, also of Floyd County, has an active warrant out for his arrest.

Anyone with knowledge regarding the whereabouts of Hunter should contact Dect. Sgt. James Ray at the Cedartown Police Department by calling 770-748-4123.

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