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      Two arrested after recent shootings

      Malcolm D. Redmon

      Update: Wednesday, Feb. 22nd at 9:45 a.m.: The Columbia Proactive Patrol made several arrests Tuesday surrounding the recent shooting incidents. This comes after two similar arrests were made on Monday.19-year-old Aaron Harris was arrested Tuesday at 3:00 P.M. in the area of 7th and Walnut. Harris had a warrant for his arrest for third degree assault related to an assault prior to the shooting at Boone Tavern which happened February 11th. Police said Harris assaulted a male victim at Boone Tavern before shots were fired. His bond was set at $25,000.20-year-old Ahmonta Harris was arrested around 5:50 P.M. Tuesday at 600 East Walnut. Harris also had a warrant out for his arrest for third degree assault related to an assault prior to the shooting at Boone Tavern. Police said Harris assaulted a male victim at Boone Tavern before shots were fired. Harris?? bond was set at $25,000.17-year-old Steffon White was arrested Tuesday night around 11:30 at 203 Lincoln Avenue. White had a warrant out for his arrest for unlawful use of a weapon related to the shooting that occurred at McBaine Avenue and Dean Street on January 24th. White was identified as one of the shooters involved in the shooting. His bond was set at $100,000.

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      Columbia??s Pro-Act unit has made two arrests in regards to recent shootings incidents.Malcolm Desean Redmon, 28, was arrested on Monday at 6:16 P.M. in the area of Ash and Bryant. Redmon had a warrant for his arrest for third degree assault related to an assault prior to the shooting at Boone Tavern which happened on February 11th. Police said Redmon assaulted a male victim at Boone Tavern before shots were fired. Redmon??s bond amount was set at $25,000.Channing Taylor Williams, 18, was arrested Monday at 11:51 P.M. at 3300 Greenridge Drive. Williams had a warrant for his arrest for Assault in the first degree, armed criminal action, and unlawful use of a weapon related to the shooting February 17th at Banks and Worley. Williams fired three rounds out of a vehicle striking another vehicle at that intersection. Williams bond amount was set at $300,000.The Proactive Patrol involved K9 units, Street Crimes Unit, Swat, Investigative, Patrol and VNOC.