MADISON (WKOW) -- Police say they've identified a second gunman in the shooting along University Avenue.
Officers say they're looking for 22-year-old Derek J. Cannon. He's wanted for first degree recklessly endangering safety. Police say Cannon should be considered armed and dangerous. Anyone who sees him should call 911. Cannon already faces a previous felony charge of battery.
Police say two other men have been arrested for allegedly obstructing the shooting investigation. Detectives and SWAT team members executed two search warrants on homes in the 2300 block of Columbus Lane.
Police arrested Michael P. McQueen, 23, and Christopher J. McQueen, 21, both of Madison.
Police say they also found a significant quantity of marijuana, three guns and a large sum of money.
Officers are still looking for Darrion Brown, the first man identified as a suspect in the May 19 shooting. Authorities say Brown is wanted for alleged attempted homicide.
Three people were slightly wounded in Saturday morning's gunfire in front of two, popular University Avenue night clubs.
One of the victims, Madison Memorial student athlete Jamar Morris, was grazed by a bullet to the head.
Madison.com reports one of the men arrested, Michael McQueen was also one of the shooting victims.
A friend of McQueen's sister Kristina told 27 News Kristina McQueen was also shot.
Madison Police spokesperson Joel DeSpain said an on-going dispute between gunmen and some of the victims led up to the violence. Morris is believed to have been an innocent bystander.
MADISON (WKOW) -- Madison police say they have probable cause to arrest a 20-year-old man on a tentative charge of attempted homicide after a shooting on the 600 block of University Avenue left three people injured Saturday.
Police say Darrion Brown, of Fitchburg, could be driving a gold colored 2001 Mercury Sable 4-door with Wisconsin license plate 969-TLW. Police say Brown should be considered armed and dangerous. Anyone who sees him should call 911.
Madison police say anyone with information regarding his whereabouts is urged to contact the Madison Area Crime Stoppers at 608-266-6014. Callers can remain anonymous and may be eligible for up to a $1,000 reward.
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