NEW INFO: 'Potential' 4th suspect sought in shooting of Jefferson Co. deputy

NEW INFO: 'Potential' 4th suspect sought in shooting of Jefferson Co. deputy
(Source: Jefferson Co. Sheriff's Dept.)
(Source: Jefferson Co. Sheriff's Dept.)
Source: WBRC video
Source: WBRC video

BIRMINGHAM, AL (WBRC) - The Jefferson County Sheriff's Department says a fourth suspect has been identified in the shooting of a deputy.

Investigators says a warrant for attempted murder has been issued for 25-year-old Dejuan Reshad Dedrick of Birmingham. He remains at large and deputies are asking anyone with information on his whereabouts to call them at 205-325-1450.

Investigators also announced earlier Friday that the man wanted in connection with shooting a deputy while he served a drug search warrant in southwest Birmingham Thursday evening has surrendered.

Antuan Cornell Riggs, 24, of Birmingham turned himself in on Friday afternoon. He was shot in the ankle and ran away from the scene on Thursday. He faces attempted murder charges and has been booked into the county jail with no bond.

The deputy was shot twice in the knee while serving the search warrant in the 2900 block of Dowell Avenue around 6 p.m.

Stephen Lamar Gadson, 25, of Birmingham was shot in the shoulder when gunfire was exchanged inside the home. He was treated and released from UAB Hospital. Gadson is charged with two counts of attempted murder. He is in the Jefferson County jail on no bond. Deputies originally said he had a $200,000 bond.

Antaurean Markese Riggs, 21, of Birmingham was arrested on the scene. He is also charged with two counts of attempted murder and is in the Jefferson County Jail with no bond. Deputies originally said he had a $200,000 bond.

The deputy is expected to recover. He is scheduled to have surgery on Friday.

Officers will return to the location where the shooting occurred with a warrant to collect evidence in the shooting.

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