TALLAHASSEE, Fla. -- Three people were shot and two people were arrested after a gunfight on Hudson Street, according to Tallahassee police.
Police say the shooting happened the morning of January 3 and was the result of a home invasion and robbery. Two suspects knocked on the door of a home at 1434 Hudson Street, asking for a man named"Reggie" and marijuana. One of the victims opened the door for the two; when it was open, one of the suspects reportedly walked in with a gun.
A physical fight lead to a gunfight, with both the suspects and victims armed with weapons. One of the suspects and two of the victims were shot. Police say that all three are expected to survive.
One of the victims was shot in the hip, another suffered a graze wound to the upper right groin.
This suspects have been identified as 36-year-old Jacky Gilbert and 34-year-old Maureace Davis. Davis was the suspect who was shot, and according to police, he is in the hospital and has "multiple internal injuries."
The other suspect, Gilbert, was cut on the right hand as a result of the incident. Police say he has multiple felony convictions that include battery on a law enforcement officer and cocaine trafficking. He also had six warrants, related to narcotics and traffic offenses, out for his arrest. The police report states that Gilbert is a Quincy resident.
Gilbert and Davis are charged with Attempted Robbery with a Firearm, two counts of Aggravated Battery with a Deadly Weapon (Firearm), Felon in Possession of a Firearm, Use of a Firearm in the Commission of a Felony, Armed Burglary, and Burglary with Person Assaulted.