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LaGrange police make an additional arrest in connection to deadly shooting

Michael Lee Fair. (Source: Troup County Jail) Michael Lee Fair. (Source: Troup County Jail)
Jarvis Duncan.  (Source: Troup County Jail) Jarvis Duncan. (Source: Troup County Jail)
Louis Shells (Source: Troup County Jail) Louis Shells (Source: Troup County Jail)

LAGRANGE, GA (WTVM) – LaGrange police have arrested three people in connection with a shooting that killed 32-year-old Darius Tucker and injured his mother, 49-year-old Adrian Sanders on Saturday, Nov. 26. 

On Monday, Nov. 28, police secured arrest warrants for Jarvis Duncan, 35, of Marietta, GA, Michael Lee Fair, 37 of Marietta, GA, Gerald Jerome Florence, 34, of Powder Springs, GA, and Lewis Antonio Shells, 35, of LaGrange.

Duncan and Fair were arrested in Marietta, GA with the assistance of members of the Marietta Police Department and Cobb County Police Department. Shells was also arrested on Tuesday afternoon. 

At least one other suspect is suspected to be involved but hasn't been identified at this point.  

Anyone with information about the case is encouraged to contact the LaGrange Police Department.

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