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2 suspects arrested in fatal Warren shooting

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WARREN, Ohio - Two suspects from Detroit were arrested on Sunday shortly after a deadly shooting near a day care center and the Warren business district.

But the manhunt continues for a third possible suspect involved in the shooting.

The shooting left 32-year-old Marco Dukes dead and 29-year-old Larry Williams fighting for his life and a third man possibly wounded.

A Good Samaritan named Jackie was on her way to church when she saw a bleeding stranger who had been shot. She and her daughter took that man, Larry Williams, to the hospital.

"There was another gentleman with him; a tall black gentleman with a white cap. He was limping like he had been shot," Jackie said.

Within minutes of the shooting, a Warren police officer had arrested two suspects in connection with the crime.

Twenty-one-year old Reginald Baldwin and 25-year-old Dale Hatch both from Detroit, Michigan have been charged with felonious assault.

Police are continuing their search for a third suspect who got away.

There was plenty of police activity on Warren's southwest side as authorities tried to gather more information and tried to determine what happened during Sunday's fatal shooting.

At the corner of Valley and Third sources tell 21 News that a possible suspect allegedly fled from this truck and is possibly in hiding and perhaps being helped by people in the neighborhood.

Meantime businesses managers say the shooting that left one man dead, others injured, and more than 37 shots fired is hitting too close to home.

Across the street from the shooting on Elm Court Marie James, the manager of Trinkets and Treasures, didn't bring her kids to work with her but made other arrangements.

She is concerned this time that the violence happened in broad daylight on Sunday morning in the business district.

"To be so close and to know that there were that many rounds and they traveled so far. So many in so quick time, it's scary," James said.

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