- Associated Press - Monday, December 12, 2016

BALTIMORE (AP) - Police have arrested a suspect in a shooting in front of a northwest Baltimore store that killed two people and injured another four.

Commissioner Kevin Davis said at a news conference Monday that Damon Alexander, a Black Guerrilla Family gang member, is facing murder and other related charges.

Davis says the four men shot were the intended targets. Two others were struck unintentionally.

Police say a lone gunman fired on a people standing in front of the Stop 1 Convenience Store in the Windsor Hills neighborhood on Nov. 30. Police say two men were killed, a third man was critically wounded, and a fourth man and two women had non-life-threatening injuries.

Police have said detectives believe the shooting was retaliation for a homicide in the area several days earlier.

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