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Suspect arrested in Opelika shooting

Farren Marshae Edwards, 26. Photo source: Lee County Sheriff's Office Farren Marshae Edwards, 26. Photo source: Lee County Sheriff's Office
OPELIKA, AL (WTVM) -

An Opelika man is arrested in connection with a shooting that sent a man to the hospital.

Opelika police arrested 26-year-old Farren Marshae Edwards on Friday, April 25, charging him with 2nd Degree Assault.

The charges stem from a shooting on Thursday evening, April 24, at Brook Haven Trailer Park in Opelika. Ala.

According to police, Edwards and the 34-year-old victim got into an altercation, when the suspect pulled out a pistol, and started shooting at the victim.

That victim was taken to the East Alabama Medical Center and has since been released.

If you have any information on this crime, you are asked to call Opelika police at 334-705-5220.

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