MCSO: Two brothers charged with felony murder in the fatal shooting of a college student

Mobile County

UPDATE (7:59 p.m.) — Deputies say Warren Burrell and Dentzes Burrell are charged with felony murder.

According to deputies, Warren is said to be the one who pulled the trigger, killing Langston.

There is no longer a search for a third suspect.

UPDATE (6:34 p.m.) — MCSO identifies those involved in the early afternoon shooting on Saturday. Dentzes Burrell, 18, and his brother Warren Burrell, 20, were both arrested for shooting Langston Nicholson, 19-years-old, on Fernwood Loop E.

Dentzes Burrell, 18, and his brother Warren Burrell, 20

MCSO says both Burrell brothers were out on bond for 2 counts of robbery 1st and Burglary 1st.

The search continues for the third person involved in the shooting.

UPDATE (2:23 p.m.) — Deputies were seen handcuffing one man and putting him into an MCSO vehicle.

UPDATE (2:17 p.m.) — Deputies have the name of one of the two suspects and they are getting a search warrant for a home.

Deputies are still in search of the two suspects.

UPDATE (1:24 p.m.) — MCSO tell News 5 that a robbery, possibly drug-related, ensued, leading to the victim being shot.

According to MCSO, two men approached a vehicle. The victim was in the passenger seat when he was shot. The driver then took the victim to Providence Hospital where he died upon arrival.

MCSO say they are looking for two young black male suspects.

SEMMES, Ala. (WKRG) — The Mobile County Sheriff’s Office is currently investigating a homicide on Fernwood Loop E.

MCSO sent out this tweet at 12:08 p.m.:

Deputies say the victim went to meet up with a group of people in the neighborhood where he was then shot. He was later taken to the hospital but died from their wounds.

The suspect is unknown at this time as the MCSO canvas a neighborhood for more information.

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