Tavoris Ferrell
Photo: Atlanta Police Department
Photo: Atlanta Police Department

FBI arrests Atlanta fugitive accused of shooting girlfriend, Uber driver 

A man accused of shooting his girlfriend and an Uber driver was arrested Tuesday in Florida, FBI officials said in a news release. 

Tavoris “Money” Ferrell, who was one of Atlanta police’s top 10 most wanted, had been on the run for four months after police say he shot his girlfriend in the face and shot an Uber driver in the stomach. He faces aggravated battery charges in the July 28 double shooting. 

MORE: Uber driver shooting suspect was out of jail on bond on murder charge

Ferrell was out on bond for a murder charge stemming from a June 2015 crash that killed his friend, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution previously reported. 

He is being held in the Pinellas County Detention Facility in Florida, where he awaits extradition. 

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