JACKSON, Tenn. (WKN) – The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation says two adults and two teenagers have been arrested in a violent June home invasion.
The TBI joined the Fayette County Sheriff’s Office in the investigation on June 21 after someone was shot at a home on Feathers Chapel Road in Oakland, Tennessee.
Authorities say Darius Durham was inside his home when several people came inside then bound and shot him.
The 30-year-old victim was able to run from his home, collapsing in his neighbor’s driveway before he was taken to a nearby hospital. He survived his injuries.
The TBI says their investigation led them to Marlon Jordan Jr., 18, and Tykeia Ransom, 22, along with two juveniles, as the people responsible.
Jordan and one of the juveniles were arrested July 1. Ransom and the other juvenile were arrested Wednesday.
All four face charges of attempted first-degree murder, especially aggravated robbery, especially aggravated burglary, and possessing a firearm during the commission of a dangerous felony.
Jordan posted a $100,000 bond on July 19. No bond is currently set for Ransom.
The two juveniles are currently being detained in the Madison County Detention Center.