After more than two months on the run, Keenan McDonald was arrested by Savannah-Chatham Metro Police over the weekend.
He is charged with aggravated assault.
McDonald is the 167th suspect arrested after being profiled on Fugitive Files.
Savannah-Chatham Metro Police need your help finding a man accused in two shootings with a very similar trend.
“So he shot the same guy, twice. Twice”
Savannah-Chatham Police Detective Patrick Johnson says the shooter is Keenan McDonald.
The 19 year old opened fire on this man and his family two times in three months.
“It was an ongoing dispute between Mr McDonald and my victim,” explains Detective Johnson. “Mr McDonald had shot the victim back in September as he was walking down the street pushing their child in a stroller.”
“Mr McDonald fired at them and shot the girlfriend as well and the victim.”
“He has no regard for a mother and child,” said the Detective. “and shoots a mother with a child and has no regard for human life.”
“In November he shot victim as he was riding his bike Eastbound in the 11 block of East 57th street,” detailed Detective Johnson. “This is why Mr McDonald needs to be taken off the streets, he’s dangerous.”
McDonald has a history of aggravated assaults and various misdemeanor charges.
Police say he could be in the 700 block of Waters Avenue or the 100 block of Berwick Boulevard in Pooler.
If you can help find Keenan McDonald, contact Savannah Police or make an anonymous call to Savannah-Chatham Crimestoppers at (912) 234-2020.
You can send an anonymous tip through the Savannah Crimestoppers website: http://savannahcrimestoppers.org/savannah
just click on the Report Anonymously link.
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You can text message CSTOP2020 plus the tip to CRIMES (274637). TipSubmit, a Mobile App, can also be used and is available for Android and Apple smartphones and tablets through the App Store.
Remember if your tip leads to an arrest you could be eligible for a cash reward, and help take a potentially dangerous man off the streets.
“Mr McDonald, if you are out there you need to turn yourself in because we are going to find you eventually and its not going to go away,” said Johnson.