Third suspect in fatal Loganville shooting turns self in - CBS46 News

Third suspect in fatal Loganville shooting turns self in

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Terrance Thornton, Joshua Cook, Corey Bryant | Source: Gwinnett County Police Department Terrance Thornton, Joshua Cook, Corey Bryant | Source: Gwinnett County Police Department
LOGANVILLE, GA (CBS46) -

Police say all three suspects have been arrested in connection to a fatal shooting in Loganville.

Jacquorrius Madison, 19, was shot and killed just before 6 p.m. on March 11 in the 4600 block of Grove Lake Street.

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Police say witnesses told them Madison was shot during a fight with other teenagers.

Joshua Cook was arrested Monday, just a day after police arrested 17 year-old Terrance Thornton Sunday night. A third suspect, 18-year-old Corey Bryant, turned himself in to the Gwinnett County Jail shortly before 6 p.m. on Tuesday.

"This is a deeply disturbing case involving four young men who were at the beginning of their adult lives," said Cpl. Michele Pihera in a written statement. "On one side, you have a family grieving the loss of a 19-year old.  And, at the other end are three families trying to understand how their teen could be involved in such a crime."  

The homicide is drug-related, according to authorities, and another person is still being sought in connection to the shooting.

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