George Dennard, Timothy Dennard and Dorell Edmonds (left to right) were arrested after a shooting at Albany State University.
Photo: Dougherty County Sheriff's Office
Photo: Dougherty County Sheriff's Office

3 arrested after campus shooting at Albany State University

Three people have been arrested in connection with a shooting at Albany State University that injured two people over the weekend. 

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Timothy Dennard, 21, of Pelham; George Dennard, 19, of Pelham; and Dorell Edmonds, 20, of Baconton, were arrested and charged with aggravated assault/party to a crime, ASU Police Chief John Fields said Thursday in a news release. 

The campus was locked down for hours after two people were shot Saturday near Residence Hall 2 at Albany State University.

Diamond Kalukango, an ASU student, was shot in the foot on Saturday, 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.

Barnes told officers he is a Savannah State student who was staying with Kalukango for the weekend. He and some friends were in a car waiting for a party, he told police. 

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After a group of five or six men walked by and Barnes’ friends asked what they were “looking at,” a man in a white hoodie pulled out a gun and fired several shots toward Kalukango, who was changing her shoes at the time, officers wrote in the report.

Officers later found bullet holes in the driver and passenger side doors of Kalukango’s car.

Authorities located the suspects’ vehicle, which, through collaboration with other law enforcement agencies, led to the arrests, Fields said Thursday. 

Ronderrious Huntley and Daquezny Huntley, both of Baconton, are wanted for questioning. 

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