CARROLL COUNTY, GA. — Authorities in Carroll County are searching for two suspects allegedly involved in a shooting that left a teenager dead.
The shooting happened Sunday morning along the 300 block of Angela Drive. According to deputies, witnesses say there was a party at the house when shots were fired between a group of people outside.
Christopher Parker, 19, was killed in the shooting.
Witnesses said the suspects left the scene in a Honda Accord soon after the shooting.
An alert was issued by law enforcement for the suspects’ car, and a Carroll County deputy spotted the car driving northbound on Highway 61 toward Villa Rica. As the deputy attempted to perform a traffic stop, two of the suspects ran from the car.
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The driver was later stopped and arrested. Odarian Bailey, 20, was charged with murder, malice murder and aggravated assault.
A gun was found inside the car, deputies said.
Authorities said they are searching for two other suspects who are considered armed and dangerous: 18-year-old Cameron Allen and 18-year-old Jadarakis “JD” Caldwell.
If you see the suspects, you are urged to not approach them and call 911.