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UPDATE: 2nd arrest made in Sunday N. Gay St shooting

Jerrod Moss and Marcus Williams. (Source: Auburn Police Department) Jerrod Moss and Marcus Williams. (Source: Auburn Police Department)

AUBURN, AL (WTVM) – The Auburn Police Department has arrested a second suspect in connection to the apartment shooting on N. Gay Street on Sunday.

Marcus Joquin Williams, 18 years old. Williams who resides in Tuskegee, Alabama was arrested on a felony warrant charging him with the offense of Attempted Murder. Williams was transported to the Lee County Jail where he will be held on a $75,000.00 bond.  The case remains under investigation; no additional arrests are anticipated. 

Jerrod Moss, 21, from Auburn was arrested on a warrant charging him with attempted murder by the APD with the assistance of members of the U.S. Marshals Service Fugitive Task Force.

The case remains under investigation by Auburn police and an additional arrest is anticipated.  Moss was transported to the Lee County Jail and is eligible for a $75,000 bond.  

Two were shot and one is in serious condition following a shooting in Auburn on Sunday.

According to the Auburn Police Department, at about 2:43 a.m., officers from the Auburn Police Division responded to the 800 Block of N Gay Street regarding a "shots fired" call.

Upon arrival officers located two individuals with apparent gunshot injuries. A subsequent investigation determined that the suspect(s) fired shots at several people in one apartment and damaged two more apartments.  

A 21-year-old female was transported to the East Alabama Medical Center, treated for a single gunshot wound and released.  A 23-year-old male was flown to Columbus Regional Medical Center, where he underwent surgery for several gunshot injuries and is currently in critical condition.

The investigation has indicated that the incident was not random and investigators are currently following up on leads. 

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