Ottawa Police have arrested two more Lawrence residents suspected of having a part in the shooting of an Lawrence man in Ottawa last week.
Lawrence and Ottawa police arrested Jeffery Allen Campbell, a 29-year-old homeless man, and Day Frances Gaillard-Taylor, 49, in Lawrence over the weekend. Both were arrested under suspicion of attempted first-degree murder.
Both are suspected of taking part in the shooting of Michael Miller, a Lawrence man who was scheduled to testify in an aggravated-battery case the same day he was shot.
Police found Miller in the middle of South Hickory Street in Ottawa Dec. 20, after he had been shot several times with a small-caliber handgun.
Ottawa police Capt. Randy Allen said Wednesday that although they still haven't been able to speak with Miller, he was expected to survive his injuries at a local hospital.
Earlier this week, Lawrence police arrested 38-year-old Lisa Kay Miller, also under suspicion of attempted first-degree murder.
Miller and Gaillard-Taylor remained in Franklin County Jail Wednesday after a judge there approved an affidavit holding them for an additional 48 hours.
Their bonds have been set at $750,000 a piece.
Campbell's bond has not yet been set, jail records show. None of the three have been formally charged.