WYLAM, Ala. (WIAT) — UPDATE (x3): The Birmingham Police Department reports that two additional suspects have been arrested and charged in connection with a double homicide investigation of Jonathan and Jeremi Berry.
The newest suspects arrested are 23 year-old Dayjuan Tuggle and 25 year-old Quentin Nixon both from Birmingham.
Tuggle is charged with two capital murder warrants with no bond, as well as, an attempted murder warrant with a $60,000 bond.
Nixon is also charged with two capital murder warrants with no bond and an attempted murder warrant with a $60,000 bond.
They now join Stanley Chatman and Crystal Nelson at the Jefferson County Jail.
The investigation is ongoing.
If there is anyone who has information pertaining to the case, they are encouraged to contact the B.P.D. Homicide Unit at 254-1764 or Crime Stoppers at 254-7777.
UPDATE (2x): District Attorney Brandon Falls has filed a motion to revoke bond for Stanley Chatman. To view the motion in its entirety, click here.
UPDATE: The Birmingham Police Department is reporting that there have been two arrests made in the ongoing homicide investigation of 17-year-old twins Jonathan and Jeremi Berry.
The suspects have been identified as 26 year old Stanley Chatman of Birmingham, and 21 year old Crystal Nelson of Birmingham.
Chatman is charged with two counts of capital murder as well as a warrant for attempted murder.
Nelson is charged with two felony murder warrants.
Both suspects are in custody at the Birmingham City Jail.
ORIGINAL: Birmingham police are asking for the public’s help in locating whoever may be responsible for the shooting deaths of 17-year-old twins Jonathan and Jeremi Berry.
The two boys were gunned down inside their home in Wylam on Saturday.
Their mother was shot trying to flee the scene.
She survived, but her family says she is likely paralyzed by her injuries.
CBS42’s Sherri Jackson talked with Sergeant Johnny Williams about the information they need from the community.
He says anyone who has information will remain anonymous if they decide to provide a tip.
Even the smallest bits of information may help them catch a serious killer.
The number to call for Crime Stoppers is (205) 254-7777.
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