EDGEWOOD, Md. (WMAR) - Harford County Police have made a third arrest and are still looking for one more person in an April shooting that sent one person to Shock Trauma where he remains more than a month later.
Police arrested Phillip Anthony Mack and Malaika Kimani Cook in late April, but say they arrested Corey Dante Wilson yesterday for the April 9 shooting of 27-year-old Quentin Van Stepney Jr.
Deputies found Stepney lying on the ground with a gunshot wound to his head in the 1900 block of Waltman Rd.
According to charging documents a white Kia van was also found in a wooded area near where Stepney had been shot, crashed into a tree and running in reverse.
The investigation revealed that Stepney had been operating the van just before he was shot. Stepney was contacted by Cook earlier in the day, to meet her on Waltman Road.
Once Stepney arrived Cook got into the car where she remained until two people, identified as Mack and Wilson, approached the vehicle and put a handgun in Stepney's face.
Mack and Wilson were trying to carjack Stepney, but Stepney was able to put the car in reverse to try and get away, but Stepney was shot in the head as he tried.
Mack, Wilson and Cook all ran from the area together.
Police say they are still looking for David V. Scott in connection with the shooting, but didn't elaborate on his involvement.
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