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UPDATE: Second suspect arrested in attempted murder

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Latoya Denise Edwards (Source: Aiken Department of Public Safety) Latoya Denise Edwards (Source: Aiken Department of Public Safety)
Devontay Kaseem Gordon (Source: Aiken Department of Public Safety) Devontay Kaseem Gordon (Source: Aiken Department of Public Safety)
AIKEN, SC (WFXG) -

UPDATE:

Devontay Kaseem Gordon is in custody at the Aiken County Detention Center for attempted murder following a shooting on Colleton Avenue last week.

Gordon turned himself in to authorities at the Aiken County Detention Center late Monday morning.

Public Safety Detectives are actively investigating the incident and additional arrests may be made.

Anyone with any further information related to this incident is asked to contact Crimestoppers of the Midlands at 888-CRIME-SC (888-274-6372). Callers will remain anonymous and could be eligible to receive a cash reward of up to $1000.

ORIGINAL STORY:

The Aiken Department of Public Safety has issued an arrest warrant for Devontay Kaseem Gordon for the attempted murder of Anthony Oakman.

ADPS has also arrested Latoya Denise Edwards and charged her with the attempted murder of Anthony Oakman of 1612 Colleton Avenue in relation to a shooting incident which took place on Wednesday near Oakman's residence.

On Wednesday around 10:35pm, ADPS received a call of shots being fired on the 1600 block of Colleton Avenue.  While en route, responding officers received additional calls which stated a subject was injured and down in front of Colleton Court Apartments.  Upon ADPS officers arrival, it was determined the victim suffered from multiple gunshot wounds.

The victim has been identified as 35-year-old Anthony Oakman. Oakman was transported to GRU for advanced medical treatment of his injuries. His current medical status is unknown.

Public Safety Detectives are actively investigating the incident and additional arrests may be made.

Anyone with any further information related to this incident is asked to contact Crimestoppers of the Midlands at 888-CRIME-SC (888-274-6372). Callers will remain anonymous, and could be eligible to receive a cash reward of up to $1000.

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