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UPDATE: Two Shooting Suspects Arrested In Cambridge

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24-year-old Robert Haines Jr., of Cambridge 24-year-old Robert Haines Jr., of Cambridge
25-year-old Teresa Randall, of Cambridge 25-year-old Teresa Randall, of Cambridge

CAMBRIDGE, Md. - Two people wanted in connection to a Friday night double shooting, were apparently arrested on Sunday.

Cambridge Police say 24-year-old Robert Haines Jr., and 25-year-old Teresa Randall, both of Cambridge, were arrested without incident, in connection to the April 11th on Skinners Court. They were then charged with attempted 1st degree murder, attempted 2nd degree murder, 1st and 2nd degree assault, and used of a handgun and weapons charges, and related offenses.

According to the report, investigators determined that the victims were shot with a handgun in the incident. Police say their investigation shows the motive for the shooting was a dispute between the parties.

Both Haines and Randall are being held at the Dorchester County Detention Center on no bond. Both victims are reportedly recovering from their injuries.

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