This story was updated Oct. 5, 2018, at 6:19 p.m. with more information.

After two homicides and five shootings in Chattanooga and the surrounding area, five suspects are now in custody, and one homicide victim is now the suspect in the other.

A man was arrested in connection to Wednesday's Graysville Road shooting that left one man injured, according to court records.

Delmon Robertson, 18, is accused of shooting Kevin Granados, 19, after demanding money from him during a car ride, court records state.

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Delmon Robertson

Granados told Chattanooga police he texted a man by the name of "Duke" who he met in school. Police later verified Duke was Robertson through a photo lineup presented to Granados.

Granados said he texted Robertson asking for a ride to court in Alabama. He told Robertson he would give him $50 for the ride and $50 for gas.

Robertson picked Granados up from his home, but Granados said he needed to go back home to use WiFi.

At that point, Robertson pulled into the parking lot of a business at 1042 Graysville Road, pulled out a gun and pointed it at Granados and demanded money, according to court records.

Granados told police he thought Robertson was joking until he shot him in the right leg and then tried to reach into Granados' pockets for money.

The two began struggling to gain control of the firearm when Robertson shot at Granados again, but the bullet missed him, striking his pants in the groin area, court records show.

Robertson finally yanked the gun from Granados and told him to get out of the vehicle. Granados told police Robertson fled in a white Chevrolet Impala.

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A Chattanooga Police Department patrol vehicle is parked in front of a business in the 1040 block of Graysville Road where a man was injured in a shooting Wednesday morning.

Robertson faces charges of attempted first-degree murder, especially aggravated robbery and possession of a firearm while in the commission of a felony.

He is being held in the Hamilton County Jail on a $150,000 bond. He was previously charged in July with theft of property in Hamilton County, according to online court records.

Two other shootings also took place on Wednesday, and two more on Thursday.

A man, whose identity has not been released, sustained non-life-threatening injuries after he was approached by several people and then shot while sitting outside in the 700 block of West 48th Street at about 1:20 a.m.

Police have not publicly identified a suspect in that shooting.

Later that night at around 8:40 p.m., at Hamilton Pointe Apartments on East Brainerd Road, Deadrian Jarrett, 29, was shot during an argument with Deutrich James, 48.

Jarrett was taken to a local hospital for treatment of a non-life-threatening gunshot wound to his right leg.

James, 48, has been charged with attempted criminal homicide, aggravated assault and possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony.

Then on Thursday night, a man was injured in a shooting in the 2000 block of Portland Street at around 9:21 p.m. 

Police found the victim in the 500 block of North Kelly Street with a gunshot wound to the head. He was taken to a local hospital for treatment of life-threatening injuries.

No suspect has been identified in that shooting.

The Chattanooga Police Department ask anyone with information about the shootings to call the tip line at 423-643-5100 or submit a tip through the Chattanooga PD mobile app. Callers can remain anonymous.

Outside the city, a home invasion turned violent after a suspect opened fire at the home in the 8200 block of Standifer Gap Road Thursday night.

Morris Fitten, 39, faces several charges, including attempted murder, aggravated burglary, aggravated assault and attempted aggravated kidnapping.

The Hamilton County Sheriff's Office did not release additional details about the home invasion.

This weeks shootings follow two separate shootings over the weekend in which two 18-year-olds were killed.

The victim in the second homicide, Areeyon Lane, was later determined to be the suspect in shooting that killed Teunté Rice.

Rice died at a local hospital after he was shot in the 2000 block of Windsor Street at about 10:35 p.m. About five hours later, Areeyon Lane was shot at a Speedway gas station at 1330 East Third St.

Ladarean Lane, 18, and a juvenile have been charged in connection to Areeyon Lane's death. Their charges include criminal homicide, aggravated assault, reckless endangerment and unlawful possession of a firearm.

Ladarean Lane and Areeyon Lane are not related.

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