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Arrests Made in Salisbury Shooting Death of Keonte Gaskins

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Shooting scene at the Waterside Apartments in Salisbury on May 11. (Photo: WBOC Chopper 16) Shooting scene at the Waterside Apartments in Salisbury on May 11. (Photo: WBOC Chopper 16)
Gerald Ogress Savage, Jr., 18, of Salisbury (Photo: Maryland State Police) Gerald Ogress Savage, Jr., 18, of Salisbury (Photo: Maryland State Police)
Joshue Isiah Perry, 18, of Salisbury (Photo: Maryland State Police) Joshue Isiah Perry, 18, of Salisbury (Photo: Maryland State Police)

SALISBURY, Md.- Maryland State Police have arrested two Salisbury men in connection with last month's shooting death of Keonte Gaskins at a Wicomico County apartment complex.

According to State Police homicide investigators, Gerald Ogress Savage, Jr., 18, of Brookridge Drive in Salisbury, and Joshue Isiah Perry, 18, of South Kaywood Drive in Salisbury, were arrested and charged with first- and second-degree murder, use of a firearm in a violent crime, possession of firearm and several other charges. More arrests are expected, according to Maryland State Police.

Savage and Perry were arrested around noon on Sunday, May 29, in Salisbury, police said. They are both being held at the Wicomico County Detention Center without bond.

The body of 21-year-old Keonte Gaskins was found in the outdoor stairwell of the Village of Mitchell Pond Apartment Complex on Parsons Road in Salisbury on May 11. People who lived in the apartment complex called police after discovering his body, police said.  Gaskins appeared to have suffered multiple gunshot wounds, according to Maryland State Police.

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