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Community still shaken after church shooting


A Pensacola man has been arrested for shooting into a crowd after a basketball game.

It happened in August last year on Strong Street between C and D streets.

Kamarccus Webster is facing charges in that shooting, including aggravated battery with a deadly weapon and possession of a gun by a felon.

Channel Three's Jenise Fernandez has reaction from neighbors.

It was after a basketball game at the Greater Little Rock Church when a fight broke out. The shooting happened on Strong Street.

Police say Kamarccus Webster shot two people. That was more than five months ago, now he is finally behind bars.

Kamarccus Webster was playing basketball at the gym at Greater Little Rock Church. Webster, along with a group of men, started fighting. Police say Webster later shot into a crowd of about 20 people. Witnesses told police they heard about ten shots fired.

"Young people with such bright futures. they put violence on like they put on their clothes."

Pamela Williams remembers the commotion that day. She's relieved the suspected shooter has been caught.

"There's so much violence it's just a great feeling to know that there's one less person to worry about."

The two men police say Webster shot did not face life-threatening injuries. Police say the two victims, along with witnesses, were able to identify Webster as the shooter.

"I feel good knowing there's one less bad guy on the streets being I'm a single mom with two boys myself," said Claudia Terrell.

Although neighbors have some peace of mind, they're still looking  over their shoulders, hoping the violence will stop.

"I go to work, go to church, and go home. I try not to be out as much because it's not safe." 

Webster remains behind bars, bond set at $127,000.