UPDATE: Suspect In Georgetown Street Shooting Turns Himself In

Reported by: Tom Kenny
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Updated: 7/08 9:57 pm
Lexington Police said a suspect in a shooting last month on Georgetown Street turned himself in on Tuesday at the Office of the Fayette County Sheriff.

Investigators said Charles Taylor was charged with assault.

Police said shortly after 11:00 a.m. on June 30, 2014, a man was shot in the leg and buttocks in the parking lot of the Shopper's Choice market.  The victim survived.

The shooting was captured on surveillance video.

Police said they were still looking for the second suspect who was identified as Lamarius Gates, who would be charged with complicity to assault.

Anyone with information about Gates' whereabouts or the case itself was urged to call Lexington Police at 859-258-3600 or 859-258-3700.   

Tips could also be submitted by cell phone by texting "tips2020" plus your message to CRIMES (274637). 

Information could also be submitted online, click here.
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