(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.
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.