By Ray King
A second suspect who was allegedly seen on video firing shots at houses from a vehicle made his first appearance in court Tuesday.
Akyell Madison, 16, was one of four individuals taken into custody after police stopped the vehicle they were in on Friday.
That vehicle, a Jeep Wrangler had fled from Detectives who tried to stop it on Jan. 15, chasing the vehicle to a field off Taft Street where the four suspects jumped out and ran and managed to evade capture.
During the court hearing, Deputy Prosecutor Mircha King described what happened when police saw the vehicle again.
Because there were two separate incidents, one on Jan. 15 and the other Jan. 28, Pine Bluff District Judge John Kearney set two separate $25,000 bonds for Madison, one for felony fleeing and the second for committing a terroristic act and discharging a firearm from a vehicle.
Madison, who will be 17 in March, said he would hire his own attorney.
On Monday, Keion Isom, 18, appeared in court on the same allegations. The other two suspects involved in the incident have not been arrested as yet.