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Teen Released From Hospital Following Madison Shooting

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- One of the teenage victims of Friday's multiple shooting in Madison has been released from the hospital. The teen was one of four victims of the shooting, which included the girl's mother, and the mother's two other teenage daughters.

Meantime, the search for the alleged gunman was still in full force on Saturday. Arrest warrants have been issued for Earnest Woodley, who is also known as Earnest Moore. He was considered by police to be armed and dangerous, and already has multiple felony convictions in Shelby County. 

Detectives said Woodley, his girlfriend Nicole Luke, and her 15-year-old and twin 14-year-old daughters were at the Brinkhaven Apartment complex on Friday to say goodbye to a family member. They were moving back to the Memphis area. 

Police said that's when a fight broke out and Woodley shot Luke and the twins inside the apartment before shooting the 15-year-old who was waiting in a car. 

All four victims were transported to Vanderbilt University Medical Center. Three remain in the hospital in stable condition.

Anyone with information about Woodley's location is asked to call CrimeStoppers at 74-CRIME.

 

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