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Police ID teenage suspects in drive-by

Laurel police have released the identities of the two people arrested in connection with a Friday night drive-by shooting.

Travis Lindsey, 18, and Darryon Rhodes, 17, both of Laurel, were arrested Sunday evening.

Authorities says Rhodes is being charged with committing a drive-by shooting within 1,000 feet of a high school. And Lindsey is being charged with accessory to a drive-by shooting.

Lindsey was allegedly driving the vehicle from which Rhodes was shooting Friday night following a high school dance at R.H. Watkins High. Shots hit the car, but no one was injured.

Bond was set for both men at $100,000.

Authorities say the incident is still under investigation and it's possible more arrests will be made.


 

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