Suspects arrested in Adairsville QuikTrip shooting, 1 still at large

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Police have arrested two suspects in a shooting and attempted car theft that happened at an Adairsville QuikTrip early Monday morning.

The robbery happened around 2:30 a.m. at the gas station on Highway 140 Northwest. Surveillance video shows the suspects trying to get a driver who had pulled off the highway for a quick nap to roll down his window, Adairsville Police Chief Mike Jones said.

When he started backing out, police say that 25-year-old Tennessee resident Michael Sean Conner shot at the victim, hitting him in the chest.

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The victim, identified as Jonathan Meyer, was flown to a nearby hospital.

On Monday night around 9 p.m. police located a gold Toyota Camry used by the suspects in the surveillance footage at an address in Ringgold, Georgia. They then arrested its driver, 20-year-old LaFayette resident Destany Marie Schubert.

After a car chase, police apprehended Connor in Marion County, Tennessee.

Schubert is being held a the Bartow County Sheriff's Office and has been charged with aggravated assault. A warrant has been issued for Conner for aggravated assault with more charges pending.

A third suspect, 36-year-old Kristy Lynn Davis of Summerville, Georgia, is still at large.

Anyone with information about Davis' whereabouts is asked to call Adairsville Police at 678-245-2574.