(MaconTelegraph) – A 26-year-old woman was arrested in connection with the Monday night shooting of a Papa John’s Pizza delivery driver and a 19-year-old man charged with attempted murder is still at-large.

Bibb County sheriff’s investigators are looking for Jacob Elijah Miller, the suspected gunman in the wounding of 21-year-old Brooklyn Rouse on Monday. Rouse was shot in the head and cheek while delivering two pizzas to an address on Vivian Drive in Bloomfield.

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Jacob Elijah Miller (19) still at-large

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Alisha Genva Wilson (26) arrested

Warrants for Miller’s arrest were for criminal attempt to commit murder, armed robbery and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, according to a news release from the sheriff’s office.

Alisha Genva Wilson, 26, of Wallace Drive, was booked in the jail Tuesday on charges of armed robbery, possession of a weapon and criminal attempt to commit a felony, Cpl. Linda Howard said. Howard confirmed Wilson’s arrest is connected to Rouse’s shooting, but details of the arrest warrant have yet to be made public.

A Bibb County magistrate judge denied bond for Wilson on Wednesday, the release said.

Just five days before Rouse was shot, her 23-year-old co-worker, Duncan Siror, was shot in the shoulder while delivering a pizza to an address just a mile and a half north of where she was headed.

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