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Police: Gunman shot two men while filming music video in Columbia

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Posted at 1:05 PM, Oct 07, 2020
and last updated 2020-10-07 13:05:32-04

COLUMBIA, Md. — A 21-year-old man has been charged in connection to an October 3 double shooting in Columbia.

Tarik Parker Dorsey, of Overheart Lane, is accused of wounding 26-year-old Sherod Madison Hogue and Gregory Peck McGraw, 31.

Police say the three men were part of a group that gathered to film a music video, Saturday night in the 5600 block of Cedar Lane.

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It's unclear what led to Dorsey opening fire.

Hogue is still hospitalized in critical condition, while McGraw has been treated and released.

Dorsey was arrested Tuesday in Parkville and is being held without bond in Howard County.

The incident was only one of three shootings that happened in Columbia last weekend.

Juan Michael Ross, 23, was shot and killed outside a home on Basket Ring Road, Sunday afternoon.

Then around 1:35 Monday morning, 24-year-old Deandre Cummings was shot in the 7500 block of Monarch Mills.

There's no word if the shootings are related in any way.

If you have more information on the cases, please call detectives at 410-313-STOP.