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Travis McCullough, Ty Reik McCullough and Wilson LaMar Hill Jr arrested for Dadeville Mahogany Masterpiece mass shooting that killed 4, injured 32

They will be charged as adults.

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Update: ALEA announces third arrest in Dadeville Sweet 16 Mass Shooting.

The shooting resulted in four fatalities and 32 people injured Wilson LaMar Hill Jr., a 20-year-old resident of Auburn, was apprehended and charged with four counts of Reckless Murder today.

Tuskegee brothers, Tyreese “Ty Reik” McCullough, 17, and Travis McCullough,16, were charged with the same charges on Tuesday.*ALEA is working to release a mug shot of Travis McCullough.

Travis McCullough

Officials are holding a news conference at 10 a.m. to share more information about the Dadeville shooting that killed four people and wounded at least 32 others over the weekend. We’re live on the steps of the Tallapoosa County courthouse in downtown Dadeville, less than a block away from where the shooting happened.

Special Agents with the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency’s (ALEA) State Bureau of Investigation (SBI), have arrested Ty Reik McCullough, 17, of Tuskegee and Travis McCullough, 16, also of Tuskegee. Both individuals were formally charged with four counts of Reckless Murder.

These individuals have been charged after a complex and thorough investigation was conducted with assistance from a multitude of law enforcement agencies, following the shooting that occurred on Saturday, April 15, near the 200 Block of Broadnax Street in Dadeville, located in Tallapoosa County. The shooting resulted in four fatalities and 32 individuals injured.

The Dadeville Police Department, the Tuskegee Police Department, Tallapoosa County Sheriff’s Office, Macon County Sheriff’s Office, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF), Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), the United States Marshals Service and the 5th Circuit District Attorney’s Office were all instrumental in assisting and supporting the investigation, along with locating and apprehending the suspects.

Nothing further is available as the investigation is ongoing.

Earlier:

The Alabama Law Enforcement Agency (ALEA) has confirmed that the total number of injuries has increased to 32 individuals injured during the shooting, which occurred at approximately 10:34 p.m. near the 200 Block of Broadnax Street in Dadeville, located in Tallapoosa County. The number of deceased individuals remains at four.

On Sunday, April 16, Special Agents with ALEA’s State Bureau of Investigation (SBI), along with local and federal partners, established a Command Post at the Tallapoosa County Courthouse in Dadeville.

Subsequently, they launched an extensive investigation using all available resources to process the scene.

After conducting a preliminary analysis of the evidence at the scene, as well as reviewing the information that has been received so far, Special Agents are still in the process of gathering and examining information relative to the sequence of events which ultimately led to the shooting. Special Agents did not recover any high-powered rifle ammunition at the scene; however, they did recover numerous shell casings used in handguns.

The identities of all four individuals who lost their lives in the mass shooting that occurred in Alabama on Saturday have been confirmed. Furthermore, authorities have announced that the perpetrator responsible for the tragic incident is no longer at-large..

Marsiah Emmanuel ‘Siah’ Collins, 19, and Corbin Dahmontrey Holston, 23, were the final two victims to be identified on Monday by the Tallapoosa County Coroner.

Investigators are still processing all of the evidence, in conjunction with completing interviews, in an effort to solidify a motive and potential suspects.

ALEA is asking for the public’s assistance in this case.

If you or anyone you know has information regarding this incident, please contact SBI’s Crime information hotline at 1-800-392-8011 or email at sbi.investigations@alea.gov or contact Central Alabama Crime Stoppers at 1-833-AL1-STOP or at www.215stop.com.

ALEA’s Fusion Center has also partnered with the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Mobile Office to provide a digital tip line for videos and photos related to the incident.

Also, if you have information for the 5th Circuit District Attorney’s Office concerning the incident or need to provide information to the individuals or families concerning victim services. Nothing further is available as the investigation is ongoing.


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