Danville – A man wanted in
connection for two shootings in the Danville
area, is now behind bars, after police found him shot.
On Friday, police were looking for
Antwanne Hall, for a shooting last week in Danville and other back in December.
On Saturday, Danville Police say, they
were called to an apartment on Beechwood
Drive, when they got there Hall had a non-life
threatening gun shot wood. He was taken to Provena Medical
Hall was released for his injuries and
taken into custody by Danville Police. Police say he was wanted in connection
with the 11pm shooting on Thursday, in the 900 block of Moore Street. An 18 year old was taken to
the hospital after he was shot in the shoulder.
On December 20, Hall is accused of shooting
a 23 year old, in the 900 block of Redden
Court, in the Fair Oaks Housing Complex. Hall is
being charged with two counts of aggravated battery with a firearm, aggravated
discharge of a firearm and robbery, aggravated battery with great bodily harm,
and aggravated battery with a deadly weapon.
Police have no description of the
suspects who shot Hall on Saturday morning.
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