A second suspect has been charged with murder in connection with an August shooting at an apartment complex in the Druid City.

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Authorities responded to University Manor Apartments in Tuscaloosa just after midnight on Saturday, August 21 after receiving complaints of a shooting. Upon arrival, police found 24-year-old Larry Deshean Cameron was unresponsive, and Cameron later died at the scene.

Tuscaloosa Violent Crimes Unit Commander Captain Jack Kennedy said investigators obtained a warrant to arrest 19-year-old Calvin Woods, Jr. Wood was charged with Murder and placed into the Tuscaloosa County Jail on a $210,000 bond.

Woods was also charged with several outstanding Court Writs for shooting into an occupied building; no bond was set for these charges.

VCU Commander Captain Jack Kennedy says investigators previously identified 23-year-old Tobias Nickerson of Tuscaloosa as the primary suspect. Nickerson was charged with Felony Murder and Attempted Murder and was booked into the Tuscaloosa County Jail on a $210,000 bond; he has since bonded out of jail.

"The investigation is ongoing, and anyone who was present and witnessed any aspect of this incident, is strongly encouraged to contact the Violent Crimes Unit at (205) 464-8690 or the Tuscaloosa Police Department at (205) 349-2121," said Kennedy.

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