CLARKSVILLE, TN (WSMV) - Police are continuing to search for two suspects wanted in connection with a deadly shooting in Clarksville last month.

Vincent Bryan "Rabbit" Merriweather, 26, and Marques Lamarr "Cheez" Kelly, 25, are considered to be armed and dangerous.

Merriweather is 6'0" with brown hair and brown eyes.

Kelly, who is currently out on parole, is 5'10" with black hair and black eyes.

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Cedrick Stacker, 23, was arrested around 11 p.m. Monday.

A third suspect, 23-year-old Cedrick Stacker, was arrested on Nov. 20 and is charged with criminal homicide.

All three suspects have criminal histories involving drugs and weapons.

The Clarksville Police Department said officers are aggressively tracking down leads in the case. Officers searched a home on Yankee Drive in connection with the investigation. The suspects were not there, but officers reportedly found drugs, a handgun, a rifle and thousands of dollars in case.

According to police, the suspects chased the victims' vehicle and fired multiple shots near the intersection of Warfield Boulevard and Raleigh Court the night of Nov. 19. There were three people inside the vehicle when it flipped.

Antorius Gallion, 22, was hit by a bullet. He was taken to a hospital in Nashville and later died from his injuries.

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A female passenger, also in her 20s, was taken to a local hospital for back pain and has since been released. The second passenger was not injured.

Police said they believe the victims and the suspects were involved in an altercation prior to the shooting.

Anyone with information about the case is asked to call the Clarksville Police Department at 931-648-0656, ext. 5195, or the tipline at 931-645-8477. Click here to submit an anonymous tip.

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