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US Marshals capture 2 of 3 NC shooting suspects

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Deontray Tremel Bryant (Source: BCSO) Deontray Tremel Bryant (Source: BCSO)
Dwight Powell Jr. (Source: BCSO) Dwight Powell Jr. (Source: BCSO)
Mickey Alonzo Bryant (Source: BCSO) Mickey Alonzo Bryant (Source: BCSO)

BRUNSWICK, NC (WMBF) - Two of three shooting suspects wanted by the Brunswick County Sheriff's Office were captured in Louisiana.

Deputies responded to 593 Makatoka Road at 8:50 p.m. on Thursday, July 26 after receiving a call that someone had been shot. When they arrived at the scene, deputies discovered Bryan Tyrone Johnson lying in a field, suffering from a gunshot wound. Johnson was taken to the New Hanover Regional Medical Center.

Del Routh, spokesman for the sheriff's office announced Wednesday that two of the suspects, 45-year-old Mickey Alonzo Bryant of Shallotte, NC and 24-year-old Deontray Tremel Bryant of Ash, NC were captured by the U.S. Marshal's in Louisiana.

He could not provide any further details regarding charges or when those men would be extradited back to North Carolina.

The Brunswick County Sheriff's Office is still looking for a third suspect, 24-year-old Dwight Powell Jr. of Shallotte. He is considered armed and dangerous. There is a reward of $250 offered for his arrest.

Anyone with information on his whereabouts is asked to call the Brunswick County Sheriff's Office at 910-253-2777 or Detective Kyle Jones 910-880-4944.

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