UPDATE: Two men charged after shots fired in Moberly

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UPDATE: Two men charged after shots fired in Moberly

MOBERLY – Police arrested and charged two men after a shots fired incident on Sunday night in Moberly, according to a press release. 

Aaron Robert Clay, 18, and Jaire Cain Holmes, 19, were both charged with armed criminal action and assault in the first degree. 

Police responded to the 1400 block of Harvest Lane in Moberly around 10 p.m. on Sunday after hearing that shots were fired in the area. 

The police originally also took a 17-year-old male into custody, but released him pending further investigation by the Randolph County Prosecutors Office and the Moberly Police Department. 

Bond for Clay and Holmes was set at $100,000 for each. 

A forth subject involved in the incident was located and taken into custody during the overnight hours on Monday. 

The subject was charged with assault in the first degree. The suspects are being held in the Randolph County Jail on no bond, pending action by the Randolph County Prosecuting Attorney.

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