Updated at 4:17 p.m. on Tuesday, July 16, 2019, with more information.
Both suspects in Sunday morning's fatal shooting at a Douglas Heights apartment are now in custody.
Police say 29-year-old Omerrieal Woods and his brother, 26-year-old Toddie Woods, who are both known gang members, were trying to force their way into a party when the incident occurred, according to Hamilton County court records and Chattanooga police.
Police were called to the apartment building, located at 930 Douglas St., just before 4 a.m. and found two men — a 20-year-old and a 23-year-old — with gunshot wounds. One was shot in the shoulder and the other in the thigh, court records show.
Rigoberto Jarquin, 25, was dead on the apartment floor, court records state. He'd been shot multiple times.
Homicide investigators reviewed the building's security footage, which revealed multiple men "attempting to force entry into [the] apartment."
The men had followed someone into the building, police said. The building requires key card access for entry.
Police said the suspects knocked on the door of the second-floor apartment and were told by Jarquin that they wouldn't be allowed inside. Jarquin then closed the door.
About that time, Omerrieal Woods is seen leaving the group and then walks over to his brother and hands him a gun.
Toddie Woods walks through the group and fires multiple rounds through the apartment door.
Both brothers then flee the scene.
There were no known connections between the suspects and victims prior to Sunday's shooting, police said.
Omerrieal Woods was apprehended by local and federal law enforcement on Monday, and Toddie Woods turned himself in to the Hamilton County Jail on Tuesday morning. Chattanooga police were notified of his surrender later that afternoon.
Omerrieal Woods is charged with facilitation of first-degree murder; Toddie Woods is charged with first-degree murder. Both are charged with two counts of attempted first-degree murder and are scheduled to appear in court on July 23.
Omerrieal Woods' bond has been set at $175,000; Toddie Woods' is set at $200,000.
The privately owned Douglas Heights offers housing that is geared toward students near the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. It is located on Douglas Street between M.L. King Boulevard and East 10th Street.
In all of 2018, there were 270 calls to 911 from 930 Douglas St. The most common call was for noise complaints, totaling 54. The most common crime was theft, with 17 calls.
There were no robberies, but two burglaries did take place, meaning someone entered the property without consent and with the intent to commit a crime. Robbery means a person intentionally takes another person's belongings by violence or threat of violence.
Three sex offenses also took place at Douglas Heights last year.