Officials have issued arrest warrants for Dustin Steverson, 24, for his role in a shooting that took place Wednesday morning in Broxton.
Steverson is charged with four counts of Aggravated Assault, two counts of Cruelty to Children in the 3rd degree, Aggravated Stalking, and Possession of a Firearm During the Commission of a Crime.
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GBI Officials and local police responded to a call for an aggravated assault Wednesday morning in Broxton.
Police said when they arrived at the home in the 100 block of Hunter Lane, they found two women, Mary Myers, 39 and Jerri Lynn Myers, 23, both shot at the home.
Steverson was taken to a hospital in Ben Hill County by family members.
Officials said Steverson remains in the hospital for injuries he sustained during the incident Wednesday. He will be transported to Coffee County jail after his release.
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GBI officials and Broxton Police are still investigating.
Anyone with information is urged to call authorities.
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