Seven people were injured, some critically, after a shooting took place at a PCB Spring Break party house early Saturday. David Jamichael Daniels, 22, of Mobile, Alabama was arrested shortly after and charged with attempted murder.
Police were flooded with phone calls just before 1am and arrived at the home shortly after. Once there, they found victims sprawled throughout the house, outside and across the street, and in the street’s median. A .40-caliber handgun believed to have been used was found in the yard of a nearby home.
Daniels was free on bond for a drug possession charge in Alabama and was accompanied by two companions, both suffering from gunshot wounds. They were questioned but not charged.
According to the Huffington Post, at least three of the victims were critically injured: Kearria Freed, 20, who was shot in the head; Devanta Moore, 21, who was shot in the chest; and Henton Franklin, 22, who was shot in the side. Three others were listed in stable condition: Jacole Young, 22, who was shot in the back three times; Kelli Curry, 21, who was shot in the leg; and Tykeria Ethridge, 22, who was shot in the neck and shoulder.
The seventh victim — Anesia Powell, 20 — was shot in the left arm, chest, and knee, and was undergoing surgery Saturday, however no condition was given.