A quiet, tree covered street in Foley looked more like something out of a crime drama when two men, Derrick Coleman and Antly “Jackie Man” Scott, were arrested by U.S. Marshals at a Section Street home. Both men are wanted in connection with an unthinkable crime.

Four people shot and killed execution-style at their Holly Hill, South Carolina home in July of 2015. The victims include two teenagers. A fifth victim, an 8-year-old boy, survived a gunshot wound to the head. It was a crime that shocked and outraged the community.

Coleman grew up in Baldwin County. In 2009, he was severely injured in a motorcycle accident where he was trapped under a burning car. Good samaritans saved his life.

Acting on a tip U.S. Marshals surrounded the house, guns drawn. Coleman was taken into custody Monday. Twelve hours later the marshals were back to take Scott into custody on murder warrants in connection with the Holly Hill case.

The homeowner tells News Five the two men had been staying at the house for a week or more and she had no idea their connection to the brutal crime.

Coleman and Scott are currently in the Baldwin County Jail but have waived extradition and will be headed back to South Carolina.