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Police seek six involved in Coastal Empire Fair shooting

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Top: Sloman, Sibert, Thacker. Bottom: Butler, Crawford, German. (Source: SCMPD) Top: Sloman, Sibert, Thacker. Bottom: Butler, Crawford, German. (Source: SCMPD)
Sloman, Silbert (Source: SCMPD) Sloman, Silbert (Source: SCMPD)
Thacker, Butler, Crawford, German (Source: SCMPD) Thacker, Butler, Crawford, German (Source: SCMPD)
SAVANNAH, GA (WTOC) -

Savannah-Chatham Metropolitan Police have obtained warrants against six men involved in the shooting of eight people at the Coastal Empire Fair on Nov. 3 and expect more charges to be filed.

Criminal investigation detectives are asking for the public's assistance in locating two men charged with aggravated assault for the actual shootings and four others who made false statements to police to impede the investigation.

Lajuan Jerome Sloman, 21, of a Cordell St. address, and Shawn Hakeem Siebert, 21, of a Fluke St. address, are wanted on the aggravated assault charges.

Terrence Lassalle Thacker Jr., 23, of a W 61st St. address, has been charged with providing a false name to police and making false statements.

Diqwane Dreshawn Buter, 28, who is already in custody on unrelated drug charges, Jeffrey Bashon Crawford, 19, of a Lloyd St. address, and Ephraim Rashad German, 19, of Brandle Way, have been charged with providing false statements.

"The nature of the offense indicates that these men are dangerous and need to be off our streets," said Police Chief Willie Lovett in a press release. "Eight innocent people were injured and we are extremely fortunate no one was killed in this senseless shooting. Our detectives and the rest of our department worked diligently to solve this case and they have not completed their investigations. We do expect other charges to follow. Meanwhile, we are grateful to the citizens who came forward to help us."

Anyone with information is asked to call Crimestoppers at 912.234.2020 or text CRIMES (274637).

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