Tevin Randle and Corddero Carter were taken into custody without incident Saturday evening according to Helena-West Helena Police Chief Virgil Green. The pair was wanted in connection with a shootout at the Sands Motel that occurred on the evening of August 11.

Tevin Randle and Corddero Carter were taken into custody without incident Saturday evening according to Helena-West Helena Police Chief Virgil Green. The pair was wanted in connection with a shootout at the Sands Motel that occurred on the evening of August 11.

That shooting incident left two men – Seneca Harvey and Antwon Speed – with critical gunshot injuries. Harvey was reportedly shot five times and listed in stable condition. Speed was listed in critical condition. Both were transported to Memphis hospitals.

Green reported late Monday evening that H-WHPD investigators discovered that Randle was out on probation and had on a GPS ankle monitor.

“Our investigators contacted the U.S. Marshal’s Office who tracked Randle to an area in Wynne,” stated the chief. “The U.S. Marshals took Randle into custody without incident.”

Green added that H-WHPD investigators traveled to Wynne and transported Randle back to Helena-West Helena.

During his interrogation, Randle told investigators that he knew where the second suspect was and could probably talk him into turning himself in. Green reported that approximately 45 minutes later Carter walked into the police station and was taken into custody.

Green told The Helena World that Randle and Carter are facing attempted murder charges. Both suspects appeared before an arraignment judge on Monday and are being held without bond.