3 charged with attempted murder following November shooting on I-240, police say

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Memphis police have arrested three men following an interstate shooting that happened in November.

The shooting happened around 11:30 p.m. November 29 on north I-240 at Poplar Avenue in the Midtown area. One person was taken to Regional One Hospital in critical condition, according to police.

76 spent shell casings were collected from the scene of the shooting, according to an affidavit.

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Investigators identified Tarrenzo Pennington, Alan Pennington, Jacques Dockery, and Pierre Williams as suspects.

The shooting victim told police after the shooting a man approached his vehicle and began hitting him multiple times in the face with a pistol.

The suspect told the victim to give him the PIN for his Regions bank card or he would kill him, according to the affidavit.

The bank card was used at a Grizzly Mart on E. Holmes Road on Nov. 30. Video surveillance showed three people entering the store and using the ATM.

Investigators were able to identify the men in the video as Tarrenzo Pennington, Dontavious McCollins and Allonzo Humphreys.

On Dec. 29, officers located Humphreys on Harmon Wood Lane.

According to the affidavit, Humphreys gave a typed statement admitting to being at the scene of the shooting but denied firing any shots.

Humphreys told police that his brother, Tarrenzo Pennington, was armed with a handgun and fired shots at the victim.

Pennington and McCollins are charged with attempted first-degree murder, employment of a firearm during the commission of a felony and especially aggravated robbery.

Police also arrested Jacques Dockery in connection with the crime. He is charged with possession of a firearm and attempted first-degree murder.