Enterprise shooting, 1 hurt, Evertt Santell Hornsby arrested

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Enterprise shooting: On Tuesday morning, the Enterprise Police Department responded to a report of a gunshot in the early morning hours and took one individual into custody. The police issued a statement saying that officers responded to a complaint of a gunshot at a residence in the 400 block of Grimes Street at 4:26 in the morning. The location of the shooting was not specified. A female victim was located at the location, and upon arrival, it was revealed that she had a gunshot wound in her back.

Evertt Santell Hornsby, who has been identified as being 41 years old and being from Enterprise, ran away from the site before the arrival of law authorities. At 6:35 in the morning, cops managed to capture Hornsby after a rather quick foot pursuit.

Enterprise shooting,: Investigators with the Enterprise Police Department had a theory that Hornsby and the victim got into an argument before to the incident, which led to the victim being shot. The sufferer was taken to the hospital for further treatment, where they are currently doing well despite their ordeal.

A accusation of attempted murder has been brought against Hornsby. More information on this topic will be provided by News 4 as it becomes available. The shooting death of a juvenile is being investigated by the Enterprise police department. At approximately 10:30 in the morning, emergency personnel were alerted to the fact that a person residing in the 600 Block of Tartan Pines in Enterprise, Alabama had sustained a gunshot wound.

Enterprise shooting: Officers who arrived on the scene discovered a juvenile male who was unresponsive inside the apartment. At the scene, it was determined that the child had passed away. Detectives with the EPD are currently treating this shooting as a possible homicide investigation; however, no further information will be provided at this time. According to the Enterprise Police Department, they do not believe there is a current threat to the community. This is a continuing investigation, and News 4 will continue to keep you updated.