Two Chattanooga men are facing a number of charges after they committed a carjacking and made a Facebook Live video in the stolen vehicle.

Chattanooga police were called to investigate a carjacking on January 16 around 3:30 pm in the 4100 block of Fagan Street.

Two victims told officers they were approached by two armed black men who demanded money, according to court documents.

The victims explained that the suspects searched their pockets while holding them at gunpoint.

The suspects took approximately $330, the victims' shoes and a cellphone. They also stole the keys to one of the victim's vehicles and drove off in it, court documents explained.

Later that afternoon, officers were informed of a Facebook Live video that showed the suspects, identified as Jeremy Wynn and Brandon Cannon, traveling in a grey Dodge Charger. The suspects were wearing the same clothing described by the victims.

Police could also clearly see the inside of the vehicle. Officers called one of the victims who was able to identify the vehicle by describing personal items inside.

Cannon was taken into custody on January 19 after one of the victims identified him from a photo lineup.

Cannon's charges include:

  • Possession of a firearm during the commission of a dangerous felony
  • Aggravated robbery
  • Carjacking
  • Possession of a firearm with intent to go armed
  • Possession of handgun while under the influence
  • Possessing a firearm during the commission or attempt to commit a dangerous felony
  • Ecstasy for resale
  • Possession of meth (sell, delivery or manufacturing)

Wynn was arrested on Tuesday, January 29 when officers went to serve a warrant on McCallie Avenue. He was identified by investigators while he was driving a stolen Honda Accord. He was also in possession of marijuana, drug paraphernalia and a handgun.

Wynn faces charges of:  

  • Aggravated robbery
  • Carjacking
  • Possession of a firearm during the commission of a dangerous felony
  • Theft of property
  • Theft of property
  • Evading arrest
  • Possession of a firearm with intent to go armed
  • Possessing a firearm during the commission or attempt to commit a dangerous felony
  • Drugs general category for resale
  • Possession of drug paraphernalia
  • Driving without drivers license/ expired license

Wynn is due in court on February 5, and Cannon's court date is scheduled for February 13.