JONESBORO, AR (KAIT) - UPDATE: Police are charging a suspect during a shooting investigation.
Court documents indicate Kenterrian Washington faces four counts of criminal attempt to commit murder first degree.
He also faces felony battery, causing serious injury with terroristic act and aggravated robbery.
Washington will appear again in court again Oct. 31.
Police are still searching for Thomas Lee Razor III (a.k.a. "Pickle").
UPDATE: Friday, Sept. 16: Jonesboro police have identified and are searching for a man suspected in Thursday morning's shooting.
Thomas Lee Razor III (a.k.a. "Pickle"), 19, of Jonesboro is wanted for criminal attempt to commit first-degree murder, terroristic act, aggravated robbery, and first-degree battery.
Anyone with information on Razor's whereabouts should call the Jonesboro Police Department at (870) 935-5657 or Crimestoppers at 935-STOP (7867).
UPDATE: Thursday, 4:25 P.M.: Jonesboro police confirmed they have arrested one suspect in connection to the shooting.
According to Sgt. Cassie Brandon with the JPD, police arrested a juvenile suspect and they cannot release the suspect's name.
Brandon added they are also looking for another suspect in relation to the case.
Police are investigating an early-morning shooting in Jonesboro.
According to the Jonesboro Police Department, it happened in the 3100-block of Race St. shortly before 2 a.m. Thursday.
Shortly after calls to dispatch, an officer reported seeing a vehicle near Johnson Ave. and Airport Rd. at a high rate of speed with a flat tire.
Those in the vehicle stopped, flagged down the officer and reported two men the vehicle were shot, according to a news release from JPD.
Josh Cherrith, 20, of Blytheville and Dequantez Lawless, 21, of Trumann were injured in the shooting.
Police state Cherrith was treated for a minor injury and later arrested on suspicion of breaking and entering, unrelated to the shooting.
Lawless is still being treated at the hospital and is expected to recover.
There is no information about the suspect released at this time, according to JPD.
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