UPDATE: One in custody, one on the loose after shooting

POSTED: Thursday, March 25, 2010 - 7:40pm

UPDATED: Thursday, April 22, 2010 - 3:24am

***UPDATE 3***
10:20 p.m. on Thursday, March 25.

Tyler Police tell KETK that William Marquis Granberry is now in custody. One representative from Tyler P.D. says Granberry turned himself in around 10 p.m. Thursday night. Hawkins is still on the loose.

***UPDATE 2***
Warrants have been issued for 21-year-old's Prennis Jabar Hawkins and William Marquis Granberry.

They are wanted for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.

Both men could be armed and dangerous.


Tyler Police Department

The victims from Wednesday night's shooting that occurred at Ridge of Tyler apartments located at 4800 Paluxy were identified as Quantelle Lamont Turman, B/M, age 19, of Tyler and Ashton Jeron Glenn, B/M, age 19, of Tyler.

Turman was shot several times in the lower body and is listed in serious condition. Glenn was shot once in the chest and is listed in critical condition. Both victims were shot with unknown caliber handguns, by more than one suspect.

Investigators are following up on leads into this case at this time.

Two people in Tyler are victims of a shooting Wednesday last night. It happened around 10:30 at the Ridge at Tyler Apartment Homes on Paluxy Drive.

Tyler Police Sergeant Nathan Burch says officers found one gunshot victim at the scene. Another victim was located at the South Loop at Broadway while being transported to the hospital by private vehicle.

Both victims were transported to a local hospital and their conditions are unknown at this time.

Officials say, both were shot by known suspects while in the parking lot at the apartment complex.

Investigators are looking into the incident.

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I have lived in that area most of my life and there are always problems there, i heard shots went to go help even before the police showed up, its a shame that those apt can not be cleaned up

"Suspects are on the loose and police are on the scene."..

I'm glad the cops are not where the suspects are for their safety.

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