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Suspect accused of killing Ramey’s cashier taken into custody by BCSO


News Staff Writer

Baldwin County authorities have arrested a third suspect in the May 11 shooting that disrupted a May Day celebration in Stockton and left three people dead, including an Atmore grocery store cashier, and wounded 15 others.
According to a press release from the Baldwin County Sheriff’s Office, 25-year-old Mack Arthur Adams of Bay Minette was arrested June 7 and is charged with two counts of murder.
He is accused of firing the shots that killed Chiquita Ewing, who lived in Century, Fla. but worked at Ramey’s Marketplace in Atmore, and Michael Anderson of Bay Minette.
Adams was already free on bond for a previous arrest when the mass shooting occurred.
Previously arrested in connection to the incident was Robert German Brown Jr., 24, of Mobile who is charged with first-degree assault, and Tyquan Tiques French, 19, who is charged with the murder of Christian Bradley of Bay Minette.
Brown, who was out on bond after an arrest for receiving stolen property when the shooting occurred, was released from the Baldwin County Jail on $100,000 bond but his bond in Mobile was revoked and he was rebooked into the Mobile Metro Jail, where he remained this week.
French, who is currently on probation as a youthful offender, was arrested after he voluntarily came to the sheriff’s office to talk with investigators.
The shooting occurred during an event that drew more than 1,000 people to a field near Bryant’s Landing in Baldwin County.