UPDATE: Chattanooga PD says a suspect in the double shooting at Bayberry Apartments is now in custody.

Police identify Mark Caslin as the suspect. Caslin was apprehended on December 12 by a Hamilton County Sheriff's Office deputy.

Caslin is charged with two counts of criminal homicide and one count of attempted homicide.


PREVIOUS UPDATE: Chattanooga police have identified the two victims killed in a double shooting on Wilson Street over the weekend.

Police say 23-year-old Hollis Malone and 22-year-old Lyonnel Gladden were killed in a shooting at Bayberry Apartments on Sunday.

Police say a third victim, a 22-year-old male, was taken from the scene to a hospital with life-threatening injuries.

The third victim's current condition is unknown at this time.

Police are still working to find a motive behind the incident.

No arrests have been made.

If you know anything about the shooting you're asked to call the Chattanooga Police Department at (423) 698-2525.

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PREVIOUS UPDATE: Police are working to find out who is responsible for a shooting that killed two people Sunday night and hurt another. 

Though the victim's identities have not been released, a spokesperson with Chattanooga Police says they are male and in their 20's. 

Police responded to the scene Sunday around 9:00 p.m. and remained at the complex for approximately 10 hours. 

With whoever shot the three men still on the loose, neighbors and community leaders are hoping for change. 

"Our community is mourning, our community is sad," said Councilman Anthony Byrd who represents District 8. 

Byrd says the violence in the Avondale area is undeniable. 

"Christmas is coming up and for this to happen there is a lot of people who are not going to spend Christmas with their loved ones," Byrd told Channel 3. 

Others are disappointed, but not surprised. 

"They've been having problems up there for years. It's a drug and gang related area," said Larry Crutcher who lives nearby the complex. 

Crutcher has family who lives in the complex. He says the violence on Wilson Street has become a tough reality for the people in District 8. 

"Every 3-6 months there is going to be a stabbing or killing," Crutcher told Channel 3. 

The councilman says the solution to the violence goes deeper than any policy. 

"We've got to start loving on each other. Hurt people, hurt people. It's a lot of disappointment when it comes to this community a lot of let-downs," said Byrd. 

With whoever did this still on the loose, neighbors are staying vigilant. 

"They're violent people. They don't have no remorse about it," said Crutcher.

The councilman is holding a panel Monday nigh at the John P. Franklin building. He says political science students from UTC will pitch policies that could potentially combat gun violence in the area. 

"I pray to God this will spark change in the community," said Byrd. 

If you know anything about the shooting you're asked to call the Chattanooga Police Department at (423) 698-2525.

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PREVIOUS UPDATE: Chattanooga Police are investigating a shooting on Wilson Street that left two people dead and one person injured. 

On officer on the scene tells Channel 3 the injured person was taken to the hospital and is expected to be okay. 

The call came in just after 9 o'clock on Sunday night.  

There is no suspect description at this time. 

If you have any information about this shooting call the Chattanooga Police's Homicide hotline at 423-643-5100.