Jacksonville, FL - After a quadruple shooting in Baker County earlier this month, the Baker County Sheriff's Office is now announcing the arrest of two suspects.
Baker deputies say Kiara Williams, 25, faces numerous charges relating to her being an accessory to the March 13th shooting on South Boulevard, not far from Keller Intermediate School.
The other suspect, believed to be the actual gunman, is being identified by Baker deputies as Clement Burman, Jr., 25. He's charged with attempted second-degree murder, three counts of aggravated assault, discharging a firearm in public, two counts of shooting deadly missiles into a vehicle, and criminal mischief over $1,000.
We're told Burman was arrested in Duval County by the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office on Sunday. Once he's extradited to Baker County, deputies say he will be held on $2,525,000 bond.
Deputies say all four victims in this case, thankfully, had non-life threatening injuries and are expected to be OK.
A second shooting that occurred on Ivy Street only two hours after the one on South Boulevard is also being investigated. In that case, bullets entered two occupied homes, but no one was hurt.