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UPDATE: Two More Arrests Made In Milton Shooting

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Mark Phillips Mark Phillips
Teveya Brittingham Teveya Brittingham

MILTON, Del. - Police have made two additional arrests in a shooting that occurred earlier this month in Milton, bringing the total arrests in this case to three. 

Delaware State Police say that on November 18th, around 1:20 AM, a 23-year-old male was shot several times on Nika Lane, near Martins Farm Road. Police say that the victim had surgery for his injuries, and his wounds are not considered life threatening.

Their investigation showed that three suspects and the 23-year-old victim had made plans to meet on Nika Lane, possibly for a drug transaction, when there was an argument between the victim and one of the suspects, 22-year-old Greenwood resident, Mark Phillips. Police say that Phillips pulled out a handgun and shot the victim several times, and then fled with the other suspects in a minivan.

The investigation revealed Phillips, Teveya Brittingham, 24, Lewes, and 25-year-old Jarrel Flowers as the three suspects. Flowers turned him self in early last week. Brittingham turned himself in a day after the shooting. He was charged with 1st degree robbery, possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony, and 2nd degree conspiracy. He was released on bond.

Phillips turned himself in on Monday. He was charged with 1st degree attempted murder, 1st degree robbery, possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony, possession of a weapon by a person prohibited, and 2nd degree conspiracy. He is being held at the Sussex Correctional Institution on $752,500 bond.

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