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3 more arrested in Valdosta driveby shooting

VALDOSTA, GA (WALB) -

Three more people were facing charges Wednesday in the shooting of a woman in a car Monday night in Valdosta.

The suspected shooter, 18 year-old Justin Foster, faces multiple charges including four counts of aggravated assault. 17 year-old JuMonta Huggie also faces four counts of aggravated assault.

Both Foster and Huggie were arrested Wednesday morning.

20 year-old Dejanira Wade was arrested Monday night after the shooting and was charged with misdemeanor obstruction Wednesday.

"Investigators spoke to witnesses, also the victims that were involved in the other vehicle and they were able to identify the suspects," explained ValdValdostaice Department Lieutenant Aaron Kirk. "The other two gentlemen, they were arrested this morning with out resistance and were brought [to the police department] to be questioned."

20 year-old Khadisha Williams was also arrested Monday night and charged with four counts of aggravated assault at the time of her arrest.

20 year-old Tanisha Finch was shot in the leg but police do not believe she was the intended target. Police believe the shooting was a result of an argument earlier Monday between Williams and another person in the car with Finch.

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