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Police identify victim, suspects in Sunday shooting

Parks and Jones (Source: APD) Parks and Jones (Source: APD)
(Source: WALB) (Source: WALB)
Montrevious Parks (Source: APD) Montrevious Parks (Source: APD)
Alonze Jones (Source: APD) Alonze Jones (Source: APD)
ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

Over a dozen officers responded to a shooting Sunday night at the Sunchase Apartments in the 1300 block of Hobson Street.

Michael Wells, 25, said that two men approached him, and shot at him. He was struck once in the chest and once in the buttocks. 

APD determined that they were looking for Montrevious Parks, 19, and Alonze Jones, 25.

It turns out that these men also have outstanding murder warrants against them in the Curtis Davis homicide in December, and should be considered armed and dangerous.

APD says that Well’s girlfriend was inside the residence with her child when she heard gunshots. She noticed Wells sitting at the top of the stairs calling for her to call 911, saying he was shot. She said that Wells had been sitting in the car, while she was inside the residence. 

Detectives warn that if anyone is hiding Parks and Jones, they will be charged with a crime.

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