Two More Charged with Attempted Murder in Maxwell Circle Shooting in Tuscaloosa, Alabama
Two more suspects were arrested and charged in the attempted murder of a man in Tuscaloosa earlier this year.
The Tuscaloosa County Violent Crimes Unit was called to the scene of a shooting on Maxwell Circle, just off Highway 69 South, on June 24 of this year. When they arrived they found a victim seriously injured. He was immediately rushed to DCH Regional Medical Center for treatment.
After interviewing witnesses and collecting evidence, investigators arrested and charged Terrain Miles, 18, of Sawyerville with one count of attempted murder. She was committed to jail on a $30,000 bond, but has since posted bond. Miles was in a relationship with the victim at the time, a 19-year-old man.
Marty Sellers, Co-Commander of the multiagency Tuscaloosa VCU, told media back in June that he expected more arrests to be made shortly.
After a two month investigation, warrants were obtained last week on two more subjects for the same charges.
Tywone Williams, 18, and Carlos Allen, 18, both of Greensboro, were arrested and charged with attempted murder.
The victim also had ties to the Greensboro area. Investigators discovered the suspects had intentionally lured him in to Tuscaloosa County in order to make the attempt on his life.
Both Williams and Allen have been committed to the Tuscaloosa County Jail, where they're being held on a $60,000 bond.