Video shows men shooting at each other; camera later unplugged before police arrive

According to a probable cause affidavit, Dajanl Bush, 22, was involved in a shootout at Keely Drive, and on Nisbett Street Thursday.

Police arrest 22 year old man in shooting case

JONESBORO, Ark. (KAIT) - The man arrested in a Thursday morning shooting on Keely Drive, in south Jonesboro appeared in court Monday.

According to a probable cause affidavit, Dajanl Bush, 22, of Jonesboro, was involved in a shootout at Keely Drive, and on Nisbett Street Thursday.

The affidavit states Bush fired at Darrius Furlow and Quincy Rainey after they open fire at him.

The affidavit states there is a video of the incident, that showed Furlow and Raniey standing in the front yard each holding handguns. The video then shows a red Malibu drive by stopping in front of the house.

The video shows that as Bush is getting out of the car, and Furlow and Rainey started firing and running back into the house. The video shows Bush returning fire, hitting Furlow twice, and then racing off the screen.

The video then shows Rainey and Furlow come in and out of the house a few times until Andrea Lark comes outside. According to court documents, the last thing you see Lark do is grab the camera and unplug it.

Furlow, Rainey, Lark, and Alijah Wilder are all listed on the lease of the house on Keely Drive.

The court documents go on to state, that Wilder picked up Rainey somewhere in Jonesboro to go to the hospital to check on Furlow.

While en route, Wilder told police that Bush began following them and a shootout happened on Nisbett.

The affidavit shows that Rainey and Bush began firing at each other, hitting two homes, one on Nisbett and one on W. Jefferson. No one was injured.

Police say when Wilder was questioned at the station, she admitted to the drugs police found at the home and identified Bush as the driver of the red Malibu.

Bush was caught and arrested around 5:30 p.m., Saturday afternoon on Highway 226 in the Cash area.

Bush appeared in court Monday and is charged with battery in the first degree, and terroristic act. His bond was set at $750,000.

To read the full affidavit, click here.

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