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Suspect Arrested in Smyrna Shooting

Tyrel D. Perry Tyrel D. Perry

01/22/2007

SMYRNA- Police have captured a man wanted for attempted murder. Police say 19-year-old Tyrel D. Perry of Smyrna was caught at a traffic stop in Harrington on Monday afternoon.

Police say Perry shot a man several times over the weekend in Smyrna. Perry is charged with first-degree attempted murder, first-degree conspiracy and possession of a deadly weapon during the commission of a felony. During the traffic stop, police also arrested the driver of the car Perry was in, 21-year-old Sharday D. Tribbett, also of Smyrna. Tribbett was charged with hindering prosecution.

Perry is locked up on $555,000 cash only bond and Tribbett is behind bars on $5,000 secured bond.

Meantime, the 23-year-old victim is in stable condition.

Smyrna police say the shooting occurred Saturday evening. They say it happened around 9:20 p.m. near East Commerce and Locust streets. Police there responded to shots being fired and found the 23-year-old victim.

The unnamed victim had been shot several times with what police say was a small caliber handgun.

 

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