On Tuesday, Acting Montgomery Police Department (MPD) Captain John Hall and Montgomery City officials announced a slew of arrests in the Atlanta Highway shooting that left an innocent woman paralyzed.

In April, Amy Dicks was struck by a bullet in a crossfire while stopped at a red light on the Atlanta Highway. Dicks was rushed to the hospital, where she was treated for her wounds. The family afterward announced that Dicks was paralyzed from the chest down as a result of the shooting. She is still recovering from her injuries.

MPD has charged Michael Johnson, 20, and Javaris Anderson, 22, both of Prattville, with first-degree assault and two counts of discharging a firearm into an occupied vehicle.

Je'Kwon Foster, 20, and Ji'Mecya Ford, 19, of Prattville, along with Tyrone Davis, Jr., 18, of Millbrook, were all charged with discharging a firearm into an unoccupied vehicle.

Johnson was taken into custody by the Pelham Police Department on Sunday and transferred to the Montgomery County Detention Facility. He has since been released on a $90,000 bond.

Anderson, Foster, Ford and Davis were all taken into custody on Tuesday with the assistance of the United States Marshals Gulf Coast Regional Fugitive Task Force. The task force comprises law enforcement officers from MPD, the Autauga County Sheriff's Office, the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency, and the Montgomery County Sheriff's Office.

Hall thanked the multiple partnering law enforcement agencies for their assistance in securing the warrants, citing the difficulty in tracking suspects, not residents of Montgomery.

"This is one of those cases that was just done by old-fashioned police work," Hall said. "This was not a case where the individuals knew each other. We had some individuals committing a heinous act; We had an innocent individual get caught in the middle."

"Without the help of the public, we would not have been able to crack this case. We were able to develop leads, and take those leads, develop enough evidence, and ultimately secure warrants in this case," he continued.

Hall said the parties were shooting at one another, and Dicks was caught in the crossfire. More charges are also possible.

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