Birmingham man becomes third suspect arrested in Inglenook triple shooting investigation
By Ben Culpepper
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. -- Birmingham police have arrested a third suspect in connection with an investigation into a triple shooting in the Inglenook community last week.Cedric Willis, 28, of Birmingham, is charged with first-degree robbery, first-degree burglary and second-degree assault for his alleged role in a shooting on Apr. 16 that injured three people. Prior to Willis' arrest, investigators charged two other men -- 22-year-old Tradarryl Boykins and 24-year-old Leroy Debruce -- in connection with the incident. Boykins and Debruce are facing the same charges as Willis, and all three suspects are being held in the Jefferson County Jail on individual, $135,000 bonds.The three victims who suffered gunshot wounds are expected to recover.
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