Auburn, Ala., man charged with attempted murder in double shooting

Jerrod Moss\
Jerrod Moss\ Auburn Police Division

An Auburn, Ala., man is accused of attempted murder in the Sunday shooting of two people on North Gay Street, police said Tuesday.

Jerrod Moss, 21, is held in the Lee County Jail where bond was set at $75,000. He was taken into custody on a warrant charging him with attempted murder by Auburn Police Division, with assistance from members of the U.S. Marshals Service Fugitive Task Force.

Police were called about 2:43 a.m., Sunday to the 800 block of N. Gay Street on a “shots fired” call. An investigation revealed that shots were fired in one apartment and damage two more apartments.

At the scene, police found a woman, 21, and man, 23, suffering from gunshot wounds. The woman was treated for a gunshot wound at East Alabama Medical Center and released. The man with multiple gunshots was flown to Midtown Medical Center in Columbus where he was in critical condition.

Moss was developed as a suspect during the investigation and a warrant was issued for his arrest.

The shooting remains under investigation by Auburn police. A second arrest is possible in the case, police said.