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6 held in connection with Etowah Co. drive-by

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ETOWAH COUNTY, AL (WAFF) -

Six people face charges in connection with a deadly drive-by shooting in Etowah County.

Sheriff Todd Entrekin made the announcement Wednesday morning.

Errik Hughely, Willie Mosely, Cedrick Young and Cordaryl Craig are all charged with capital murder. Investigators said the men were involved in the Aug. 17 shooting deaths of two men on the Meighan Boulevard Bridge. Jabari Player and Billy Baker were killed.

In addition to the four men, two women – Kendra Leach and Leshonda Reeves – are charged with hindering prosecution.

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