September 12, 2013 Clairton Pennsylvania (WTAE) – Two of three suspects are in custody in the case of a double-shooting that injured a man and woman who had just made a withdrawal from an ATM, Allegheny County police said.
Dakota Halcomb, 20, went to the Clairton police station early Wednesday evening to surrender, and Taevon Carr, 17, was found and arrested in McKeesport later in the night, police said.
“My son did not do this. My son did not shoot nobody,” Annette Halcomb said. “My son was not even in town when this happened, and we have evidence that he was not even in town.”
Another suspect, Parrish Linnen, 22, remains at large.
“Parrish Linnen, we believe, is a dangerous person, obviously (he) has access to firearms,” said Allegheny County police Lt. Andrew Schurman. “He should be considered armed and dangerous.”
Police said anyone hiding Linnen will be charged with hindering apprehension. Anyone who knows where he is can call 412-473-1300 and ask to remain anonymous.
Police said the victims were returning home to Wylie Avenue, within walking distance, when they were targeted for a robbery early on the morning of Aug. 1. Three young men approached them, likely near the front porch, police said.
“When they did not want to hand over their money, those young men began to shoot at them, striking both people multiple times,” Schurman said.
The 30-year-old woman suffered wounds to her chest, arm and leg. Her 42-year-old boyfriend was shot in his face and throughout his body. Both were flown to a Pittsburgh hospital in critical condition.
The landlord of the house said the woman had been renting there for about a year. A friend who was out walking found the couple’s dog along a nearby street.
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