|Auburn Police Cheif holds a photo of Desmonte Leonard|
Breaking news from Fox 6 has just gone underway. Auburn's police cheif has just held a new conference announcing that the reward for Desmonte Leonard has increased to $30,000. Yesterday, authorities were tipped off and that Desmonte Leonard was in a house in Montgomery; shortly afterwards police raided the home and was unsuccessful in capturing him. Desmonte Leonard is still at large after three days of extensive search.
According to CBS,
MONTGOMERY, Ala. — a man charged with fatally shooting three people and wounding three more at a party near Auburn University focused on Alabama's capital Monday as police said y had arrested two men accused of hindering .
's last address was at a residence in Montgomery, and authorities said y believe he returned to city after gunfire erupted late Saturday in Auburn, about 50 miles away. Two mer Auburn football players were among dead and a third was injured.
More than three dozen local police, state agents and federal marshals were ing , 22, who records show faced two previous charges involving guns.
"We don't have reason to believe he is outside city," said Sgt. Regina Duckett, a spokeswoman Montgomery Police Department.
Auburn police said Jeremy S. Thomas, 18, of Montgomery was charged with hindering prosecution after allegedly fleeing scene of shooting with . Records show Thomas was free on bond at time of Auburn shootings while awaiting a manslaughter trial set to begin June 18 in last year's shooting death of Takiara Sada Gaston, 14.
Montgomery police said Gabriel Thomas, 41, was also charged with hindering prosecution after allegedly having contact with after shooting and providing false inmation to officers.
Police said it wasn't known wher Jeremy Thomas and Gabriel Thomas are related. Officers also were looking a third man described as a person of interest in case, but it wasn't clear why.