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Two suspects now in custody after fatal Albany convenience store shooting

Brandon Brown and King Barber (Source: Albany Police) Brandon Brown and King Barber (Source: Albany Police)
Albany police responded to the scene of a fatal shooting at June Bug's Convenience Store Friday night. (Source: WALB) Albany police responded to the scene of a fatal shooting at June Bug's Convenience Store Friday night. (Source: WALB)
Police said the victim was shot and killed inside the convenience store. (Source: WALB) Police said the victim was shot and killed inside the convenience store. (Source: WALB)
APD is investigating what led to the incident. (Source: WALB) APD is investigating what led to the incident. (Source: WALB)
ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

Albany Police said that two murder suspects in a deadly convenience store shooting Friday night are in the custody of Dougherty jail officials

Police said King Montrel Barber, 22, turned himself in Saturday.

Brandon Brown, 22, was on the run, considered armed and dangerous, but gave himself up late Saturday night.

Brown and Barber both face felony murder warrants. 

Police said Brown and Barber were fighting inside June Bug's Convenience Store in the 1900 block of South Madison Street, Friday night shortly after 7:30.

APD said Michael Taylor, 26, was trying to break up the fight when he was shot and killed.

Albany Police are investigating what led to the fight.

If you have any information about this homicide, you are asked to call the Albany Police Department or CrimeSTOPPERS at (229) 436-TIPS.  

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