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Murder warrants in intersection shootout case

Peter Mungro Peter Mungro
Jemario Mushat Jemario Mushat
Samdriquez Hall Samdriquez Hall
Marvin Gaston Marvin Gaston

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MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) - Four suspects have been named in the Montgomery intersection shooting that left one man dead and another man wounded.

Montgomery Police have arrested two of the suspects and are asking for the public's help in finding the others.

They are all accused of gunning down Terrance Ponder and wounding Steve Arrington at the intersection of West South Boulevard and Narrow Lane Road back on June 13.

Capital murder and attempted murder warrants were signed against 17-year-olds Samdriquez Hall of 3790 Butler Court and Jemario Mushat of 3533 Princeton Road. Both suspects are still on the run.

Pete Mungro, 25, and Marvin Gaston, 17, have already been arrested and charged with the same crimes. They're being held on no bond at the Montgomery County Detention Facility.

The victims walked into the emergency room of Baptist South hospital late that Saturday night after driving from the crime scene. Ponder had gunshot wounds to his head and back while Arrington suffered from shots to the thigh. Ponder died a short time later.

Police recovered two guns from the victims' vehicle, one reported stolen. They believe Arrington and Ponder may have exchanged shots with the suspects in the other car.

However, investigators have yet to ascertain a motive in this case.

If you have any information that could help authorities with this case, call the Montgomery Police Department at 241-2651 or Secret Witness at 262-4000.

 

Photo Sources: The Montgomery Police Department

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