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2 arrested, including victim, after shooting in Mt. Vernon

Daniel Cortes-Reyes (Source: Mt. Vernon PD) Daniel Cortes-Reyes (Source: Mt. Vernon PD)
Marcus L. Williams (Source: Mt. Vernon PD) Marcus L. Williams (Source: Mt. Vernon PD)
MT. VERNON, IL (KFVS) -

Two people face charges after a shooting on Nov. 10, including the man who was shot.

Mt. Vernon police were called to the intersection of 9th & Cleveland around 1:53 p.m. on Sunday.

Daniel Cortes-Reyes was taken to a local hospital and later transferred to a St. Louis Hospital.

On Monday, Cortes-Reyes was released and arrested by St. Louis PD on a Jefferson County warrant for possession of methamphetamine with intent to deliver.  His bond was set at $250,000.

Then on Tuesday, Marcus L. Williams, 34, was arrested for felony mob Action in connection with the shooting the previous day at 9th & Cleveland in Mt. Vernon.

Police anticipate additional arrests.

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