By GALEN HOLLEY
Grenada police have apprehended two men wanted in connection with a deadly Saturday shooting, according to detectives.
Capt. George Douglas said that men he identified as Rodney Berry, 22, and Raheem Rashad Berry, 21, both of Grenada, were taken into custody shortly after 4 p.m. Monday on Mt. Carmel Church Rd.
The brothers are charged in connection with the shooting death of Kenneth Maxwell Spells, 56, who was found lying in his front yard on the 1000 block of Sweethome Rd. shortly after 9 p.m. Saturday.
Spells was transported by ambulance to Grenada Lake Medical Center where he was later pronounced dead, Douglas said.
“An initial investigation revealed that multiple shots were fired,” said Douglas. No weapon was recovered on the scene, Douglas said. He would not speculate as to a motive for the shooting.
Bond for each man is set at $1 million, Douglas said.
In an unrelated incident, Grenada police on Monday arrested a man they identified as Nakita Terrell Moss, 24, while searching for the two murder suspects, Douglas said.
Moss was wanted on an aggravated assault charge stemming from a shooting at the Double Quick convenience store on April 14.
According to Douglas, Moss is charged with shooting Lonzell Williams, 50, in the foot, outside the convenience store. Williams was taken to Grenada Lake Medical Center and later released, Douglas said.
Moss is being held at the Grenada County Jail on $25,000 bond, Douglas said.