Police arrested two, searching for a third suspect involved in 4th of July shooting of a 7-year-old

Memphis, Tenn. — While a North Memphis community mourns the tragic 4th of July death of 7-year old Kelby Shorty, Memphis Police continues its work to find all those responsible.

According to MPD, a second arrest has been made and they’re now looking for a third suspect.

According to police Adonis Wright was arrested and charged with accessory after the fact.

According to the affidavit, US Marshalls arrived at 2196 Parkhurst Court Friday after receiving information that the shooting suspect Jordan Pittman was inside.

Wright was asked if Pittman was in the house and he told them no.

A Marshall searched the house and found Pittman hiding under a bed. Officers also found a black Glock 19.9 millimeter in the room where Pittman was arrested.

Once taken into custody, Wright admitted to picking up Pittman at the Budgetel Inn & Suites at Sycamore and Macon and taking him to the home on Parkhurst to hide, knowing Pittman was wanted for the murder of Shorty.

According to the affidavit, Wright admitted to also knowing that Pittman had a gun in his possession.

The search is now on for a third suspect.

According to police, Angieline Kennedy has been identified as a suspect in this case. Police say a warrant has been issued for her arrest.

Kennedy is being charged with criminal attempted first-degree murder, possession of a firearm, reckless endangerment with a deadly weapon, first-degree murder and criminal attempted felony.