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Reprinted from Sara Carter's news page.
Two teenagers were arrested Wednesday, after a deadly mass shooting left four dead and 32 people injured.
The shooting happened at Mahogany Masterpiece dance studio in Dadeville, Alabama, on Saturday. Four days later, Alabama authorities announced the names of the two teenagers being charged, brothers Ty Reik McCullough, 17, and Travis McCullough, 16. The teens are being charged with four counts of reckless murder. Special Agents with the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency’s (ALEA) State Bureau of Investigation (SBI) arrested the teens, according to reports from Fox News.
“These individuals have been charged after a complex and thorough investigation was conducted with assistance from a multitude of law enforcement agencies,” the ALEA said in a statement. As the investigation continues no further information, “is available” according to the statement made by the ALEA.
In a report from Fox News, it was said that “gunfire broke out Saturday at a birthday party for Alexis Dowdell, which was being held at the dance studio just off the town’s courthouse square. Witnesses have said multiple people began shooting some time after Dowdell’s mother paused the celebration to ask people with guns to leave.”
The lives lost in this horrific shooting were, Phil Dowdell, the brother of the birthday girl, Dadeville High senior Shaunkivia Nicole Smith, 17, 2022 Opelika High School graduate Marsiah Emmanuel Collins, 19, and 2018 Dadeville High graduate Corbin Dahmontrey Holston, 23.
The whereabouts of where the two are being jailed is not known as of now. Sgt. Jeremy J. Burkett of the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency, wouldn’t disclose the location of where the teens are being held.
Sgt. Burkett said, “We can’t get into a motive right now, because that would be part of an ongoing investigation.”
Moreover, during the months of March and September the grand jurors of Tallapoosa county meet but, District attorney Mike Segrest said he would recall them before September to indict the teens. “If we can establish the facts, we will be asking our grand jury to come back in.”
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