Metro police have arrested one man and are looking two others in connection to a Madison shooting this summer.
Hurley Brown, 19, was taken into custody Wednesday afternoon and charged with attempted criminal homicide and aggravated burglary.
Authorities are now looking for convicted felon Terrance Bradley, 32. Officials believe he, along with Brown and an unidentified man are responsible for a shooting at an apartment complex on N. Dupont Avenue on July 10.
According to a release, the men showed up to the area after a fight broke out between juveniles.
A parent broke up the fight when the mother of one of the juveniles summoned Bradley.
Witnesses say that’s when Bradley, Brown and the third suspect forced their way into an apartment containing some of the kids.
Bradley allegedly shot an adult in the leg before fleeing with the others. Officials are working to identify the third suspect.
Bradley, who received a four-year sentence for felony aggravated assault in 2011 and a five-year sentence for a felony cocaine conviction earlier this year, is now facing aggravated assault and attempted murder charges for the shooting.
Anyone who knows his whereabouts is urged to contact Crime Stoppers at 615-74-CRIME.
- August 12, 2014: Felon wanted for shooting at Madison apartment complex