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Third victim found in deadly Tuskegee shooting

Stanley Terell Jackson, 19, charged with Murder and Attempted Murder Stanley Terell Jackson, 19, charged with Murder and Attempted Murder
Craig Daniel, 29, died following the shooting. Craig Daniel, 29, died following the shooting.

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TUSKEGEE, AL (WSFA) - UPDATE: Tuskegee Police have made contact with a third victim in this case, who they say exchanged gunfire with Stanley Jackson, 19. This victim, not yet identified, was said to be suffering from a gunshot wound to the leg and a bullet graze to the thumb. He has not been charged with any crime, though charges are pending.

ORIGINAL STORY: Jadarian Fuller of Tuskegee is lucky to be alive. Caught in the crossfire, he escaped unscathed, while his car bore the brunt of the damage.

"They shot the window in the side," Fuller explained.

Fuller was with a group of people at a makeshift hangout area near a pond on Williams Street, playing dominos and cooking food on the grill.

While he was there, police say Stanley Terell Jackson, 19, of Tuskegee, drove by, had a discussion with Craig Daniel, 29, and opened fire.

"The guy pulled up, started shooting, so I took off running. I was trying to make sure I don't get hit," Fuller said.

Daniel died. Authorities say Jackson also shot a woman in the leg. So far, those are the only victims police could find--but there may be more.

"We later learned of a third victim--an alleged third victim, we've yet to confirm that--we've yet to hear anything from that person," explained Tuskegee Police Chief Lester Patrick.

For now, authorities are using caution, concerned retaliation could be a response to the shooting.

"There will be specific targets if in fact this happens.  We're hoping that it doesn't, but--then again--you never know," Patrick said.

Meanwhile, the investigation continues, and more arrests and charges could follow suit.

"There are other people of interest that we're looking for, so there may very well be another shooter or shooters," Patrick explained.

As the search goes on, more information is coming to light about the alleged shooter and the victim.

Both were acquaintances, according to police.  Authorities say a prior fight may have sparked this shooting.

If you have any information that could help police in their investigation., call them at (334) 727-0200.

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