DOTHAN, Ala. (WDHN) — Dothan police have made a third arrest dealing with a shooting on March 20th.
19-year-old Jahunter Johnson was arrested Tuesday after police say he and three others shot into multiple unoccupied buildings and vehicles.
Johnson has been charged with three counts of shooting into an unoccupied building. He is currently in the Houston County Jail.
Earlier this month, DPD arrested two others believed to be involved, 21-year-old Tydariues Franklin and 29-year-old Sirmarion Beasley.
Police are still looking for James Beasley Jr., for his alleged involvement.
DOTHAN, Ala. (WDHN) — Wednesday, Dothan police arrested 29-year-old Sirmarion Jermond Beasley after he and two others were wanted for an alleged shooting spree in Dothan.
Police are still looking for 19-year-old Jahunter Johnson and 31-year-old James Beasley Jr., in connection with the shootings.
Last Thursday, Dothan police arrested 21-year-old Tydariues Deshun Terrell Franklin for the same charges.
Franklin and Sirmarion Beasley have both been charged with three counts of shooting into an unoccupied building.
Beasley is in the Houston County Jail with bond not yet posted.
DOTHAN, Ala. (WDHN) — The Dothan Police Department is currently looking for three men who they say went on a shooting spree on the night of March 20th.
19-year-old Jahunter Imorris Johnson, 30-year-old James Arthur Beasley Jr., and 29-year-old Sirmarion Jermond Beasley are all wanted for the shootings that took place on the 1000 block of Lake street.
All three are Dothan natives and are wanted for three counts of shooting into an unoccupied building/vehicle.
Thursday, Dothan Police arrested 21-year-old Tydariues Deshun Terrell Franklin for those same charges.
On the night of March 20th, Dothan Police responded to the area of 1000 Lake Street after neighbors called in a shooting. When police arrived on the scene, no one was there.
However, during the shooting police say that numerous cars and buildings, all vacant at the time, were hit by bullets. No injuries were reported.
After conducting the investigation, Dothan police allege these four men are responsible for the shooting.
WDHN will follow up on this story and will update with any additional details or if another arrest is made.