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Police seek 2 for fire, shooting in Longview

Brandon Horne and Toronto Lockridge are at large. Brandon Horne and Toronto Lockridge are at large.

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Released by the Longview PD:

Gregg County Court at Law Judge Alfonso Charles issued arrest warrants late Thursday for two Longview men in connection with a shooting and fire at 1215 Chappell Street.

The warrants, charging both men with felony arson, were issued for:

  1. Toronto Eldermek Lockridge, aka "Trigger", date of birth 10-19-1976, of 600 West Avalon in Longview and
  1. Brandon Quadnell Horne, aka "Bull", date of birth 10-14-1979, of 1105 South 14th Street in Longview. 

At this time, both men are at large and were known to be driving a late model, black, four-door Cadillac. It is believed both men are still in the Longview area.

If anyone has information about the whereabouts of Lockridge or Horne, they are asked to contact Gregg County Crime Stoppers at 903-236-STOP or online at www.greggcountycrimestoppers.com.  Crime Stoppers will pay up to $1000.00 for the arrest of these suspects and the identity of the person giving information will remain confidential.

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