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ACSO arrest 2 after a malicious wounding in Churchville

The Augusta County Sheriff’s Office (ACSO) reports an arrest of 2 men after a malicious wounding that injured 2 women.

Deputies responded to a shots fired incident at the intersection of Buffalo Gap Highway and Churchville Avenue around 10:30 p.m. June 22.

On arrival deputies found two female victims at the scene with single gunshot wounds to the legs.

The women one 17 the other 19 were taken to the hospital and are currently in stable condition.

The two were able to report that the suspects left the scene in a black Ford Mustang.

Further investigation and recovery of evidence led to the identification of two suspects.

Later that morning Isaiah J. and Matthew T. Cassell were taken into custardy.

The 21-year-old Isaiah has been charged with 3 felony counts of displaying a firearm in a threatening manner while committing aggravated malicious wounding.

Isaiah also faces 2 felony counts of aggravated malicious wounding severely injuring a victim and attempted malicious wounding.

The 20-year-old Matthew faces 3 counts of capias for violating conditions of bond.

Matthew also faces accessory in the use of a firearm in commission of a felony.

Matthew also faces charges of accessory in aggravated malicious wounding.

Both are being held in the Middle River Regional Jail without bond.

ACSO investigators continue to investigate the incident with additional charges still possible.

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