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Two Baltimore men arrested after September shooting

Baltimore police arrested two men allegedly involved in a double shooting that occurred last month in Southwest Baltimore, police said.

Raekwon Williams, 20, and Qwantay Smith, 21, were arrested and charged in the shooting of two 21-year-old men after they were shot on Sept. 5 around 9:30 p.m. in the 4100 block of Frederick Ave. in the Irvington neighborhood.

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Baltimore police detectives recovered video footage of the incident, authorities said.

After two arrest warrants were issued, Williams was arrested and charged on Sept. 8 with first-degree attempted murder and is currently being held in Central Booking, according to police.

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Smith was arrested on Wednesday in the 1300 block of Wildwoof Parkway. Smith was charged as an accessory after the fact and is currently waiting to see a court commissioner, police said.

Non-fatal shootings have totaled 546 this year compared to 598 shootings at this same time last year, according to Baltimore police data.

Baltimore City Public Defender Sophia Barilone was listed as an attorney for Williams, according to Maryland court records, but she was not immediately available for comment.

No attorney was listed for Smith.

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