A Macon teenager has turned himself into Macon police in connection with the Sunday night shooting at Dirty Iguana, 543 Plum St., according to police.
Keith Gyrone Foster Jr., 17, of Baxter Avenue, is charged with aggravated assault, said Sgt. Melanie Hofmann.
He remains in custody at the Bibb County jail on a $5,600 bond, according to jail records.
Police had issued a warrant for Foster’s arrest this afternoon.
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Kenya Palmer, 19, of West Grenada Terrace, and 16-year-old Davone Frazier, of Suwanee Avenue, were each shot in the ankle following an altercation inside the Plum Street nightclub, according to authorities.
Someone called police at about 11:30 p.m. Sunday in reference to a fight, according to a police report released Monday.
When police arrived, security guards told them there likely would be more trouble because the deejay was doing a “call out,” Hofmann said.
The deejay asked the crowd to yell out the areas of town where they lived, and the crowd became “excited and riled up,” according to the report.
A fight broke out, and people spilled outside where someone started firing several shots into the crowd and at officers, according to the report.
Hofmann said she’s unsure how many shots were fired.
A witness told police that a man fired a black automatic handgun into the outside crowd, according to the report.
Preliminary investigation points to the shooting being related to gang activity, according to the report which names the gang as the “Boss Squad.”
Staff writer Amy Leigh Womack contributed information to this report.
To contact writer Ashley Tusan Joyner, call 744-4347.