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Police arrest two in Homewood Court shooting

Albany Police are investigating this shooting that left one man injured. (Source:WALB) Albany Police are investigating this shooting that left one man injured. (Source:WALB)
(Source: Dougherty Sheriff) (Source: Dougherty Sheriff)
(Source: Dougherty Sheriff) (Source: Dougherty Sheriff)
ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

Albany police were hunting for three men who shot a man in a north Albany neighborhood on April 5.

Now they have arrested Devin Randle, 20, and Kenonta Brantley, 22, and charged them with Aggravated Assault, and Possession of a Firearm during the Commission of a Crime.

25-year-old Brennan Woods was shot at least four times in the 2700 block of Homewood Court.

Witnesses told police three men pulled up in an older model silver Lincoln Town Car, got out, and chased Woods.

One of the men fired shots then they all got back in the car and sped away.

Officers later recovered that car outside the city limits.

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