Another arrest was made in connection with a shooting at Albany State University.

Another arrest made in shooting at university

Another person has been arrested in connection with a shooting that injured two people at Albany State University in southwest Georgia, university police said Saturday. 

Ronderrious Huntley, 20, was charged with aggravated assault, and he’s being taken to the Dougherty County Jail, according to a news release. 

University police still are seeking Daquezny Huntley for questioning in the incident, which happened Saturday night.

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Earlier this week, Timothy Dennard, 21, of Pelham, George Dennard, 19, of Pelham, and Dorell Edmonds, 20, of Baconton, were charged with aggravated assault/party to a crime, university police Chief John Fields said.

ASU student Diamond Kalukango was shot in the foot, according to the police report. Her friend, Joshua Barnes, was grazed on the back by a bullet, treated at Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital and released, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution previously reported.

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Channel 2's Justin Wilfon reports.

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