Authorities Issue Arrest Warrants for Antaevious and Antravious Brown in Connection to Aggravated Assault
LINCOLN COUNTY – In a shocking incident that unfolded on Father’s Day, one individual was shot and subsequently transported to the hospital, prompting a rigorous investigation by the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office. Antaevious LeQuoun Brown, 21, and Antravious Leonte Brown, 29, have been identified as the wanted individuals involved in the shooting.
Antaevious, described as 5 feet 10 inches tall, weighing approximately 160 pounds, with brown eyes and hair, is being sought by authorities. His accomplice, Antravious, stands at 6 feet tall, weighing approximately 215 pounds, with black hair and brown eyes.
According to the authorities, the incident occurred at approximately 8:54 p.m. on Sunday, when a distress call was placed to 911 reporting a shooting at a residence on Firetower Road. Deputies swiftly arrived at the scene, where they discovered one victim who had sustained a gunshot wound. The injured individual was promptly transported to Doctors Hospital for medical treatment, and their condition has since stabilized.
A witness present at the scene recounted the events to the deputies, revealing that two men matching the descriptions of Antaevious and Antravious arrived and perpetrated the shooting. Subsequently, the assailants fled the scene in a brown and gray Ford F150. However, the witness was unable to ascertain the direction in which they escaped.
The Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office has taken charge of the investigation into this distressing incident. Following a preliminary inquiry, authorities have issued arrest warrants for both Antaevious and Antravious, charging them with aggravated assault, battery, and possession of a firearm during the commission of certain crimes.
Law enforcement is now appealing to the public for assistance in locating the suspects. If anyone possesses information regarding the whereabouts of Antaevious and Antravious Brown, they are urged to contact Chief Deputy Ontarious Jones, Captain Johnny Cobb, or Sgt. Gene Amos of the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office at 706-359-4118.
As the investigation continues to unfold, authorities remain dedicated to apprehending the suspects and ensuring the safety and security of the community. The urgency to bring justice in this case underscores the commitment of law enforcement officials to preserve peace and protect the residents of Lincoln County.
Stay tuned for further updates as the investigation progresses.