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'Street justice' results in 10-year-old, teen getting shot

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An ongoing feud featuring multiple gunfights has resulted in a 10-year-old and a teen getting shot. An ongoing feud featuring multiple gunfights has resulted in a 10-year-old and a teen getting shot.
Police say Darrington Chatman (Left) shot Clarriett, and that Clarriett's brother (Right) went to find the shooter for justice. Police say Darrington Chatman (Left) shot Clarriett, and that Clarriett's brother (Right) went to find the shooter for justice.
MEMPHIS, TN -

(WMC-TV) - An ongoing feud featuring multiple gunfights has resulted in a 10-year-old and a teen getting shot. Investigators say they need to arrest the shooters before the street justice spirals any further out of control.

Terrico Clarriett is still at The MED in critical condition after getting shot at least eight times inside the Peppertree Apartment complex on June 13.

Now his brother, Marquizio Cline, is locked up at 201 Poplar, charged with five counts of attempted murder. This follows an alleged retaliatory shooting inside the Graceland Farms apartment complex on June 29 in which a 10-year-old girl got shot in the ankle.

But investigators say Cline's anger is misplaced and that the person who shot Clarriett was not even at Graceland Farms.

Police say Darrington Chatman shot Clarriett.

Investigators released an old mug of Chatman shortly after putting out a warrant for his arrest. At the same time, police put out an arrest warrant for Cline.

Police say they merely managed to find Cline first, but they are actively searching for Chatman.

Action News 5 spoke to Chatman's grandmother briefly. She says she does not know where he is, but she is worried about his safety.

If you have information about Chatman then call CrimeStoppers at (801) 528-7748.

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