TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — Authorities have charged two Birmingham-area men in a shooting that injured a third person in Tuscaloosa shortly after the LSU-Alabama football game.
Sheriff's officials say 21-year-old Miguel Lawrence Jackson and 20-year-old Bryan Daunte Bedgood are charged with attempted murder and shooting into an vehicle.
Jackson surrendered to officers on Tuesday, a day after Bedgood turned himself in.
A victim initially told investigators he was shot in both legs outside a convenience by two men who taunted him for being an Alabama fan. The shooting happened just hours after the game and a few miles from the stadium.
Investigators later determined the shooting really was part of an argument that began at a nearby business.
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