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Two exchange shots at Jack’s; one in custody


LaFayette Police have
obtained warrants for two
local men after evidence
shows the two men were
involved in a violent ex-
change of gunfire outside
of a local eatery earlier
this month. Police have
successfully apprehended
one of the suspects in the
shooting and continue to
seek the second suspect.
According to informa-
tion released from the La-
Fayette Police Department
officers were dispatched
to the Jack’s restaurant
located at 303 9th Avenue
SW in LaFayette at 9:00
p.m. on June 13th in refer-
ence to shots being fired at
the restaurant.
LaFayette Police
responded to the business
and were unable to locate
the shooters on premises.
Evidence pointed police in
the direction of two sus-
pects. Those two individu-
als were suspected of firing
shots at each other in the
Anterio Makel Williams Dennis Sanchez Asberry
parking lot of the business.
LaFayette Police con-
firmed they were seeking
to located Anterio Makel
Williams, 20, of LaFayette.
LaFayette Police have war-
rants on Williams presently
for discharging a firearm
into an occupied vehicle,
discharging a firearm in
the city limits, reckless
endangerment, and crimi-
nal mischief 2nd degree.
Police have not been able
to locate Williams and ask
anyone with information
on his whereabouts or the
incident to contact LaFay-
ette Police.
Police are also seeking a
second suspect in connec-
tion to the shooting. La-
Fayette Police were seek-
ing to locate 30-year-old
Dennis Sanchez Asberry,
of LaFayette. Asberry was
wanted on charges of reck-
less endangerment and dis-
charging a firearm in the
city limits. Lt. Chris Trice
with the LaFayette Police
Department confirms that
Asberry was taken into
custody on Friday.
Anyone with informa-
tion on the whereabouts of
Williams or the incident is
asked to contact LaFayette
Police at (334)864-2214 or