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Suspects Arrested in Fatal Shooting

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News Release. September 27, 2012:

"The Panama City Police Department continues to investigate the fatal shooting that took place on September 17, 2012, at approximately 11:15 pm at 2514 E. 11th Street. Marc Addison Logan, 41 years of age, died later that night at a local hospital as a result of the gunshot wounds. Antonio Lee Edwards, 32 years of age, was treated and released at a local hospital for his gunshot wound. Terrance Devon Goodman, 36 years of age, was with the other victims when the shooting occurred and he was not injured.

Information learned and evidence collected during this investigation identified the following listed persons as being involved in the shooting incident and murder. After arrest warrants were obtained, assistance was requested from the United States Marshals Florida Regional Task Force to help locate and apprehend the suspects. The task force is comprised of U.S. Marshals and members the Florida Department of Law Enforcement, Panama City Police Department, and Bay County Sheriff's Office.

This case remains under investigation. Those arrested are listed below.

Calvin Jerome Grubbs, 23 years of age, was apprehended by the US Marshals Task Force on September 27, 2012, at approximately 5:30 pm in Panama City, Florida. Grubbs is charged with an open count of Murder and Conspiracy to Commit Robbery.

Jabarus Dequon Pittman, 17 years of age, was apprehended by the US Marshals Task Force onSeptember 27, 2012, at approximately 5:30 pm in Panama City, Florida. Pittman is charged with an open count of Murder and Conspiracy to Commit Robbery.

Ricardo Monquell Manning, 18 years of age, was apprehended by the US Marshals Task Force on September 27, 2012, at approximately 8:30 pm in Panama City, Florida. Manning is charged with an open count of Murder and Conspiracy to Commit Robbery.

If you have any information in reference to this case please call Detective Perkins or the Panama City Police Department at 850-872-3112. You can also report your tips anonymously to CrimeStoppers at 850-785-TIPS."

(The above release is courtesy of the Panama City Police Department)