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Pemiscot County Authorities Searching for Shooting Suspect

CARUTHERSVILLE, MO - Pemiscot County authorities are on the lookout for a Steele man beleived to be responsible for an early-morning shooting in Steele on Monday.

Police say 17-year-old Judon Mayberry is wanted in connection with the incident in which Brian Carter of Caruthersville was shot and wounded.  Mayberry faces charges of four counts of first degree assault and four counts of armed criminal action.

Mayberry is believed to be armed, and is considered dangerous.  "If you know the whereabouts of Judon Mayberry, contact your local law enforcement agency.  Do not attempt to make contact with Mayberry," said Lt. Ryan Holder of the Pemiscot County Sheriff's Department.

Anyone with information regarding Mayberry's whereabouts is urged to contact Lt. Holder at 573-344-2310.

 

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