Two men who police say shot into a car, killing a man in Georgia were arrested, according to the Spalding County Sheriff's Office.
Police arrested Jadaquis Noble, 20, on June 10 and charged him with murder and aggravated assault in connection to the death of Jacqueris Holland, 22, and Demoni Beck, 17, who was already in custody at the agency's jail on unrelated charges, was notified of new warrants charging him with murder and aggravated assault in connection to Holland's killing.
At approximately 2:20 a.m. May 27, Holland was driving north on North Hill Street near th eold People's Choice Club when a silver vehicle passed him and fired shots into his vehicle, hitting him multiple times, police say. The silver vehicle continued traveling north and left the scene.
Holland stopped his car in the middle of the road, got out, walked to the front of his car and fell down. He died in the middle of the street, according to police.
"Since the morning of his murder, my criminal investigators have worked non-stop on this case. Early last week we met with Assistant District Attorney Holly McDonald from District Attorney Marie Broder's office to discuss our findings to that point," Spalding County Sheriff's Darrell Dix said in a statement. "After the meeting, we obtained arrest warrants for two suspects that have now been arrested and charged."
Spalding County investigators, with help from the United States Marshal Service Southeast Regional Fugitive Task Force and the Henry County Sheriff's Office S.L.U., arrested Noble in a Henry County residence.
Both Noble and Beck are being held in Spalding County Jail.
"We will continue to fight for, and support Jacqueris' family as we move forward in the criminal justice process. I spoke to his mother this morning to tell her of the arrests," Dix said. "The part that these young people just don't realize is that now three families are going to suffer because of gang violence. One family lost a son due to murder, and two more families will lose sons to jail. It's just unreal that the thought of killing someone or being in a gang, appeals to young people so much that they are willing to lose their life or their freedom in the name of a terroristic criminal street gang.
"They don't understand that you always reap what you sow."