Police are asking for the public's help in finding a man they believe was involved in the shooting at Highlawn Pavilion around 1:30 Friday morning. He is 22-year-old Chris Brown of Goldsboro, North Carolina. He's wanted on two counts of malicious wounding and one count of using a firearm during a felony.
Witnesses say the suspect, Chris Brown, went to his car after getting into a fight, approached the door, and started shooting. Two people were wounded. J.M.U. spokesman Andy Perrine tells WHSV news one of the victims was a defensive tackle on the National Championship Football Team.
Perrine says the man worked at Highlawn and may have been trying to reprimand the person with the weapon. Officials say both victims are now at U.V.A. Medical Center, one in serious condition.
Harrisonburg police have made two arrests. Thirty-year-old Robert Frye of Goldsboro, North Carolina was charged with two counts of aiding or abetting to maliciously wound. Thirty-year-old Gregory McMillan of Harrisonburg was charged on the same counts.
Police are not releasing the names of the victims at this time for the safety of the victims and their families. If you have any information, call police immediately.